27 Jul Does the U.S. Lead the World in E-government? Not According to the U.N.
The United States government is committed to a digital future. That’s why the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has set ambitious digitization objectives for federal agencies, for example.
As the federal government steadily moves toward those goals, it might be worth taking a step back and understanding where the U.S. government’s digital mandates fit into the global community. After all, virtually every government in the world is interested in the benefits of digital operations and record-keeping. “Governments at all levels are heavily interested in the digitisation [sic] agenda — it’s moved into the core of what we do everywhere,” says Rikke Zeberg, director of Denmark’s Agency for Digitisation [sic].
So, how is the U.S. faring in its digital endeavors compared to other nations? Learn more on our TransAccessDM blog.