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Aims to help public officials, consultants, and others in developing/transitional economies seeking information and assistance with e-government initiatives. The project provides a source of new information that is of direct value to e-government practitioners, enabling them to make e-government more effective. The project has focused sequentially on specific e-government topics: avoiding failure of e-government; using ICTs for government transparency; public sector health information systems; and m-government. Content on the site draws largely from the “eGovernment for Development Information Exchange”: a network of many hundreds of e-government practitioners. It includes case studies and best practice guidelines.
Aims to help two groups in developing countries. First, small enterprises which are or can be directly involved in e-commerce; enabling them to undertake developmentally-relevant e-commerce. Second, small enterprise support agencies; enabling them to facilitate e-commerce in small enterprises. The project has a main focus on India and Uganda. It is producing two handbooks that focus on locally-relevant issues and case evidence developed from local sources. The site also contains existing resources on e-commerce/ICTs in small enterprise, plus links to other e-commerce-relevant resources.