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Mexico Wants an E-Revolution, By Julia Scheeres. wired.com, February 25, 2002. "The goals of Mexico's e-gov revolution are lofty, promising everything from free e-mail accounts for every Mexican to the restoration of faith in government...."
Microsoft and Mexico Aim to Put Nation Online, By John Markoff. The New York Times, April 17, 2002. "SAN FRANCISCO, April 16 - Mexico and Microsoft plan to announce an agreement on Wednesday to develop digital community centers as part of a broader ``eMexico'' initiative meant to bring the entire nation online by 2006..."
Cyber city bridges digital gap. BBC News, 23 April, 2002. "A town in northern Mexico is hoping to embrace the digital revolution. San Pedro Garza in Monterrey Province aims to become Latin America's first "smart city", according to the Efe news agency..."
E-Mexico Marks Country's Entrance into the Digital Age, by Darby Patterson - Government Technology, April 19, 2002 -- SEATTLE -- "President Vicente Fox declared his intention to bridge his country's digital divide to more than 400 delegates at Microsoft's Government Leaders Conference. The conference featured presentations from government officials throughout the world..."
E-Mexico Shows Promise, by Amy Spinetta, Government Technology International, August 2002. "Mexican President Vicente Fox has four more years of the sexenio, or six-year presidential term, to accomplish the goals set out by his administration. One of those, the e-Mexico program, is still in development, and depends in great measure on developing an awareness of e-government, the process of incorporating information systems into all aspects of public administration and making public services operational through Web-based platforms...."
A new culture of public service: e-Government in Colima State, Mexico - "Government services easy to reach: sending e-mails and receiving a birth certification, purchasing camera films, buying groceries, repairing shoes can be done in Colima, on the same place and time, believe it or not. Since November 2001, Colima Government has installed 10 e-government outlets in markets and other public places...."
Online tax system to face taxpayer opposition - Mexico. Business News Americas, Monday, August 19, 2002. "Mexico's new online tax payment system, effective as of August 1, will initially face taxpayer resistance, but will be beneficial in the long run, Javier de los Santos Fraga, chairman of the national public accountants institute IMCP, was quoted as saying by Mexican financial daily El Economista. ..."
Singapore firm to power a digital Mexico, By Irene Tham, CNETAsia, August 20 2002. "Global aid agency the World Bank Group has selected Singapore's Ecquaria Technologies to build an e-government infrastructure for Mexico...."
E-Justice in Tabasco, México, by Ximena Alexandra Gutierrez, International Government Navigator, June 2003. "An interview with Guillermo Narvaéz Osorio president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Tabasco, Mexico..."
Mexico Connects -- Policy and Rural Broadband, By Wayne Hanson - Government Technology, November 30, 2004. "'Use of unlicensed spectrum on a secondary basis, such as Wi Fi and Wi Max standards -- is a matter of true public interest. This is the kind of project that does need government intervention, because there is a market failure'..."
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