section 1. The past and the present situation as starting point for thinking about the future section 2. The future implications of e-government for government institutions section 3. The future implications for our e-government research and practice.
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Print version: ICT, public administration and democracy in the coming decade. Washington, DC : IOS Press,  xiii, 147 pages Innovation and the public sector ; volume 20