Book News: January 10th, 2002

This report offers a framework for thinking about electronic government based on the activities already under way in a wide range of local authorities. It highlights the longer-term policy dilemmas for councillors and senior officers that are emerging from this work and sets out the practical tasks that are involved in making progress locally. Topics covered include: opportunities and challenges of electronic service delivery; developing the electronic community; internal electronic government; leading and organising for electronic local government; and developing the culture and infrastructure. The report is illustrated by practical examples from a wide range of authorities.Published by Foundation for Information Technology in Local Government (FITLOG)  <> 90 pounds for commercial organizations and 45 pounds for non-commercial organizations.