US learns from UK e-government

The US is looking to learn from the UK's e-government experiences, according to Mark Forman, associate director of IT and...

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The US is looking to learn from the UK's e-government experiences, according to Mark Forman, associate director of IT and e-government at the Executive Office of the American President.

Speaking at the Microsoft Government Leaders' Conference, he said, "We would look to leverage the use of XML for government-to-business relations, and also the use of a portal for basic business tax filing and other purposes." He named the UK, Australia and Singapore as e-government leaders.

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