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The eGovernment Resource Centre was selected in the top 10 from the 25 finalists! We participated as honored guests at the World eDemocracy Forum on October 16-17, 2008, in Issy-les-Moulineaux, (Paris, France) where we took part in the e-Democracy awards ceremony and other special programs throughout the two-day forum.
There were four principal e-Democracy Awards 2008 announced.
The four awards went to:
Special Mentions went to:
This is the ninth year in a row, PoliticsOnline subscribers and visitors from around the world have been invited to help select the top 10 individuals, organizations and companies having the greatest impact on the way the Internet is changing politics.
A big thank you to everyone who voted for this site and made us a finalist in this competition! It was a great privilege to receive a "Special Mention".
For your interest, the top 10 finalists were:
The eGovernment Resource Centre has been aggregating the world's eGovernment strategies, eDemocracy initiatives, ICT policies, website standards, government information and communications technology (ICT) and government website best practices and standards for more than ten years. Published by the Victorian Government in Australia, it contains summaries of more than 12,500 external resources and 1500 articles. It is the foremost repository for everything eGovernment in the world. The site attracts more than 20,000 visitors each month and provides a weekly newsletter and RSS news feeds to its readership. Members are able to bookmark their favorite resources, rate and review content.
Last updated: 7 April 2010
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