The American Library Association Washington Office’s Office of Government Relations is interested in learning more about what types of E-Government (see below for a definition) and employment services are being provided in libraries.
Your answers on this survey will help us greatly in our work with legislators in Washington D.C., as we advocate for library funding and other library interests.
The survey should only take 10 minutes to complete and can be found here.
Please respond to this survey by March 20, 2009.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Jessica McGilvray.
E-Government is the use of technology, predominantly the Internet, as a means to deliver government services to citizens, businesses and other entities. This survey briefly explores how public libraries and librarians help users access government information (i.e., benefits information), complete government forms online (i.e., apply for benefits), or provide any other assistance that enables users to interact with online government (E-Government) services and resources.
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