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Government and how they use the internet. By: Don McWhirter. Table of Contents. Government uses of the internet Percentages of internet use in the government Future improvement of the internet in the government Interview #1 Interview #2 Bibliography.

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table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Government uses of the internet
  • Percentages of internet use in the government
  • Future improvement of the internet in the government
  • Interview #1
  • Interview #2
  • Bibliography
there are many uses of the internet in the government
There are many uses of the internet in the government
  • Research
  • Communication
  • Exchanging information
  • Chartering
  • Maintaining currency of training or education
  • Administration or applications for contracts or grants
  • Announcements

www.octo.dc.gov/octo/cwp/view.com

internet has a possibility of liberating citizens from traveling to offices for
Internet has a possibility of liberating citizens from traveling to offices for:
  • Processing licenses
  • Taxes
  • Fines
  • Passports

The internet allows the government to disseminate information at extremely low cost by avoiding printing, shipping and handling.

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About 32% of employees in public administration reported using the internet at work
  • Public dissemination is one of the most popular uses of the internet in government
  • Government employees rated the highest in internet use compared to finance, insurance and real estate workers
cont d
Cont’d
  • A study held by (ICMA) International City/ County Management Association found that 94% of the 1900 local government respondents had an internet site or planned to have one within a year
the future of the government
The future of the government
  • The main objective for the future of government internet is to eliminate any forms now processed by paper and this can be done by:

-Reducing the volume of paper deliveries

-Reducing filing and spacing

-Reducing moving and storing paper

  • Doing this will improve the speed and cost-effectiveness of government’s sharing information and data to each other
improvements for the internet in the government
Improvements for the internet in the government
  • Virtex’s C3ommunicator allows the government to deliver briefings and other ways of communication over the internet.
  • The briefings and conferences are able to be saved in case a member is unable to attend making them accessible to view at any time
  • The e-government also works with departments in the governments to deliver efficiency savings while improving the delivery of public services by joining up electronic government services around the needs of customers.
interview 1 briggett hammond patent office advisor for government
Interview #1Briggett Hammond patent office advisor for government
  • How often do you use the internet at work? Just about every day
  • Do the majority of your coworkers also use the internet? Yes they do
  • What do they use it for? They search for different patents offices sometimes in other countries.
  • What work related activities do you use the internet for? I use it for search engines and online dictionaries.
interview 1 cont d
Interview #1 Cont’d
  • Do you view the internet as a necessity at work? Yes I do
  • What do you suggest the government do to improve its use of the internet? There are always ways to improve it but as of right now I believe that it is fine the way it is.
  • Do you feel that one day the internet will eliminate the use of paper forms and strictly use online documents? Yes, that is how we cooperate now. We are already paperless you can submit everything online through e-filing
cont d interview 1
Cont’d Interview #1
  • Do you use the internet to interact with other branches of the government? Yes, we use the intranet to cooperate within the office so we don’t go outside the firewall
interview 2 william thomas facility manager at the department of health
Interview #2William Thomas- Facility manager at the Department of Health
  • How often do you use the internet at work? Every Day
  • Do the majority of your coworkers also use the internet? Yes they do
  • What work related activities do you use the internet for? I use the internet for file management, email, and file transfers
interview 2 cont d
Interview #2 Cont’d
  • Do you view the internet as a necessity at work? Yes I do
  • What do you suggest the government do to improve its use of the internet? Allow more internet speed and space to their workers
  • Do you feel that one day the internet will eliminate the use of paper forms and strictly use online documents? Yes I do it is being done now
interview 2 cont d1
Interview #2 Cont’d
  • Do you use the internet to interact with other branches of the government? Yes, the local governments interact with the federal government on a daily basis through the internet
  • Do you feel that the internet has drastically changed in the past couple of years? Yes, the internet has increased in security, speed, transferring files, and programming
bibliography
Bibliography
  • www.pti.nw.dc.us/links/e government.com
  • www.octo.dc.gov/octo/cwp/view.com
  • www.bls.gov/opub/ted/2001/jan/wk2/art04.com
  • www.vertexc3.com
  • Briggett Hammond- Patent office advisor (contact-202-256-7336)
  • William Thamos- Facility manager at the Department of Health (contact-202-309-1445)