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Online Nation Expects More from Its 'E-Government'

Online Nation Expects More from Its 'E-Government'

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This week, millions of Americans will check their math and their Internet connections and file their taxes online. Are the Feds doing everything they can to provide e-government tools? In a recent op-ed on Politico.com, Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry make the case for why Americans should demand more from government Web sites.