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A Best Practices Review of Local E-Government Services

This summary report describes a review conducted to determine the extent to which local governments in Wisconsin have developed e-government to deliver information and services electronically via the Internet.

Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau

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Posted by: aura on Sun Dec 12, 2010 at 5:10 p.m.

This document does not really cover issues of accessibility and it is several years old already. I would like to see something more updated and inclusive of how E-government Services are meeting 508 standards for accessibility.

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