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Toward More Transparent Government: Workshop Report on eGovernment and the Web

January 31, 2008

W3C has published a Workshop Report: eGovernment and the Web Workshop: “Toward More Transparent Government”. Participants discussed ways to facilitate the deployment of Web standards across government sites and how to shape the ongoing research agenda in the development of Web technology and public policy in order to realize the potential of the Web for access to and use of government information. Held 18-19 June (press release), in Washington D.C., USA, the Workshop was jointly organized by W3C and WSRI.

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