I mentioned sometimes ago on my twitter account that I’m working on a e-Gov book, since it’s a work in progress and it might take more time to go live, I have decided to start a white paper about e-Government to put practical guidelines toward implementing successfully an e-Government in the country.
After the Tunisian revolution I was glad to see active Facebook pages for some ministries, but I was annoyed when I saw some Facebook applications implemented as services by these ministries. I’m not against these applications or against using Facebook platform, however I believe that our country need a serious e-Government plan with five key objectives :
Today I’m pleased to announce the first public release of this paper. Anyone on Internet can find, view and edit, so you are welcome to voice your opinions and contribute. Released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Of course you are welcome to edit anonymously, however I suggest you to use your Google Account to give you credits for contribution.
Tunisia 2.0 and e-Government, Strategies and Tactics, public draft paper is available here (Google Document, No sign-in required)