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|Title:||Electronic Government and Government Information Services in Japan|
|Author's alias:||古賀, 崇|
|Abstract:||In Japan, electronic government has been developed since the enforcement of the Information Disclosure Act and the formulation of the e-Japan Strategy, both in 2001. Such electronic government produces a number of government information services available all over the world via the Internet, including databases of law texts, congressional minutes and white papers, as well as digital archives. At the same time, electronic government raises several issues of preservation of and "permanent public access" to electronic information, accessibility of electronic government, inclusion of government information into library services, and so forth. The author hopes this presentation will facilitate requests and comments from participants for electronic government and government information services in Japan.|
|Description:||15th Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia (LibraryForum), Session 1. Australia National University, Canberra, July 2, 2007.|
|Rights:||Copyright: Takashi Koga.|
|Appears in Collections:||Presentation|
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