Forman: E-gov good for privacy

According to this article in Federal Computer Weekly, the federal government could do a lot to promote personal privacy online if agencies would work harder to eliminate duplication. Studies show that people seeking services do not differentiate among state, local and federal government, let alone between the multitude of similar federal agencies and presidential e-government adviser Mark Forman promotes the development of “one-stop shopping” Web sites. These sites make information about services easy to find without requiring site users to know which particular agency provides the desired service.

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