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E-Government Deliberative Dialogue Issue Map

The library community, government officials, and local community leaders can benefit from dialogue and information exchange among themselves and with other experts regarding strategies to harness the power of E-Government.  As government agencies expand their E-Government resources and depend more on libraries to provide access and support, what role can or should libraries play as primary service providers for E-Government services?

This E-government deliberative dialogue forum offers librarians and members of the American Library Association an opportunity to make choices about the approach they wish to take to provide public access to E-Government programs and services.