Signposts to Government (UK) (fwd)
Mon, 30 Sep 1996 14:19:30 +1000
A site that may be of interest to linkers
Signposts to Government: The Independent Guide to Information Age Government
Although the blurb says "UK and international" the site mostly deals with
UK, though some of the issues and commentary have wider appeal.
The following is from:
>Signposts to Government is the independent guide to information age
>government, UK and international, published by Kable.
>Signposts covers selected IS/IT policy developments and contract news for
>government in a lively and accessible style, giving the insider's guide to
>in the wind affecting electronic government, with commentary written from the
>point-of-view of the citizen or taxpayer.
>There are six main sections in Signposts to Government:
>Newsbites: exclusive new stories on of what's going on in electronic
> government, fresh each week.
>Issues: expert analysis of the most pressing aspects of government IS policy,
> updated as developments unfold and including industry comments.
>Projects: factsheets on the most important public sector IS contracts.
>Sitewatch: a lively selection of the best and worst public sector relatd
> sites on the net.
>Credits: information on Kable's services and credits for the
> Signposts site.
>Contact: messaging and e-mail facility for contacting Signposts and
> Kable staff.
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