Rethinking Government and Democracy for the Digital Age

A more efficient government, security and education, a higher level of learning in schools: all of these can become possible if we try a different nature and structure of the government. Why do we need the change? It’s simple: firstly, because all of us want to know where our money go. Then, because we need transparency, we want our point of view to be taken into account.
Don Tapscott (business executive, author, consultant and speaker based in Toronto, Ontario and one of the participants to eGovernment Conference) is proposing now, in a charismatic way, at the e-Government Conference drivers for change, rethinking government, rethinking democracy for the Digital Age and he is directing our attention to an eGovernment .
“We should become a government which moves inside of the society and becomes part of that society”, says Don Tapscott.
How they want to do this?
Tapscott thinks teenagers have no fear of the technology, because for them technology means air. Facebook, twitters, blogs aren’t s

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