David Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog : news & perspectives from a long-time egov advocate
Updated: 5/3/2005; 7:39:58 AM.



Monday, April 11, 2005

Tony Blair is set to launch his Digital Britain initiative as a way to cut the cost of government.

I just ran across this six-month old Burton group report on the federal eAuthentication initiative.  Craig Burton is still talking about authentication and his meeting with Kim Cameron of Microsoft who is discussing the possibility of Mozilla support for Open Identity.  Kim thinks of nothing but identity (from Drummond Reed):

"I just want to go on record that Kim is 100% the real thing. Iíve never met anyone like him. The Laws didnít come from any preconceived agenda or marketing spin, they came straight from the heart of Kimís lifetime of messaging and metadirectory experience and his passion for creating a true Internet-wide identity infrastructure that will finally usher in what he calls ďthe big bangĒ Ė the explosion of new applications that will be possible with authenticated online trust relationships"

Drummond collaborates on an extremely interesting article about the Social Web.

Tom Adelstein just published his latest article on Linux in Government.

Accenture's latest survey on eGov, entitled "Leadership in Customer Service: New Expectations, New Experiences," is out.  You'll have to register on their site to access it.

Al Bredenberg reports on TMCnet's initial podcast.

The Arizona Republic reports on that state's concerns about losing ground in technology.

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