The E-government Handbook for Developing Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 2002, pp. 1-20.
States that developing countries can use e-government practices to provide greater access to government information, promote civic engagement, make government more accountable, and provide development opportunities.
Energy Regulatory Commission Web Sites Don’t Click
(2000) Energy E-Comm.com.
Describes best practices for web use by regulatory agencies.
The Internet and Public Participation in Rulemaking
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2003.
Describes how governments can evaluate use of the Internet to increase public participation.
Privacy Impact Assessment Guidelines: An Essential Tool for Data Protection
Victoria, BC, Canada: David H. Flaherty, Inc., 2001.
An online guide to assessing privacy needs and impacts of government information on privacy.
Information, Transparency, Privacy, e-Government