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Online Government Advice: How to Succeed

Li, Manning; Gregor, Shirley


Online advisory services have become ubiquitous and are playing a more vital role in people's lives. From online loan terms exploration to health care eligibility self-assessment, various services are delivered to clients through online advisory tools. Government agencies in particular are offering such services to the public. Due to increased awareness that government service delivery should be "citizencentric", this study assesses the impact of providing online advisory systems to assist the...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010
Type: Conference paper
Source: ECIS 2010 Proceedings


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