Executive Summary

The State of the States: Worldwide E-Government Trends and Opportunities in the Coming Decade

Posted February 16, 2011 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

Government is often perceived -- by its most overt critics or ambivalent constituents -- as unnecessarily bureaucratic, fraught with inefficiency, and less than agile in its ability to react and respond to the needs of its citizens and the industries it serves. Examples abound and are highly visible across all levels of government. They include, but are not limited to, the following archetypes:

About The Author
Mitchell Ummel
Mitchell Ummel was Director of Cutter's Government & Public Sector practice and a Senior Consultant with the Business & Enterprise Architecture practice. He was President of UmmelGroup International, Inc., a US-based business and technology management consulting firm. Mr. Ummel was a visionary who was most well known for championing practical application of innovative but lightweight IT process improvement methodologies into today's… Read More
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