PracticePeople In PracticeGovernment sets out future vision: ‘e-citizen, e-business, e-government’

Government sets out future vision: 'e-citizen, e-business, e-government'

The government has published a draft text of its vision for what it describes as an 'information age government'.

It has published a draft text of ‘e-citizen, e-business, e-government’ at www.iagchampions.gov.uk/strategy.

It is a step, according to a spokesman, towards meeting the Modernising government commitment to produce a corporate IT strategy for government by March 2000.

Comments on the plans are invited by 3 March.

Minister of State at the Cabinet Office, Ian McCartney, said: ‘We are keen to get comments from a wide range of people on this framework for information age government.

‘Establishing a clear vision and a programme of action for e-business across government is a key part of our drive to make public services more convenient and responsive through new technology.’

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