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Re: Government and "web basics"

From: Trond Arne Undheim <trond-arne.undheim@oracle.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 19:07:32 +0100
Message-ID: <48F38E64.6090008@oracle.com>
To: "Jose M. Alonso" <josema@w3.org>
CC: public-egov-ig@w3.org
The sites themselves (which naturally evolve from year to year) have 
never been published, but why not ask the Commission to do so, stating 
public interest, re-use, and transparency? The person to contact would 
be  juan.arregui-mc-gullion@ec.europa.eu


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Jose M. Alonso wrote:
> Hi Trond,
> El 03/10/2008, a las 11:48, Trond Arne Undheim escribió:
>> While I do agree that there is a lot to be done to improve 
>> e-government benchmarking it is not the case that all current efforts 
>> only use national websites in their monitoring. The EU, for instance, 
>> has always used a sample of websites at all levels of government, 
>> vetted through a national contact point who had the chance to suggest 
>> alternative ones. Please see my blog entry:  
>> http://blogs.oracle.com/trond/2008/09/benchmarking_egovernment_openi.html 
>> which links to an article I co-authored recently, called Benchmarking 
>> eGovernment: tools, theory, and practice, see: 
>> http://www.epracticejournal.eu/document/4970
> I'm very interesting in getting that list and ran a set of tests 
> against those sites. Is it publicly available?
> Best,
> Jose.
>> Trond
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