[WEB4LIB] Local Gov Web Sites
lfd at libri.ucp.pt
Tue May 2 09:53:26 EDT 2000
I have some links in Portugal for government sites.
http://www.dgci.min-financas.pt/ here you can fill your tax forms. I think
it's also available in English.
www.infocid.pt this has lots of information (including company name search),
but I think it's only in Portuguese.
Luis Filipe F. F. Domingues E-Mail: lfd at libri.ucp.pt
Biblioteca Universitária João Paulo II Home Page:
Universidade Católica Portuguesa Tel: +351 21 7214019
Palma de Cima Fax: +351 21 7214010
From: web4lib at webjunction.org [mailto:web4lib at webjunction.org]On
Behalf Of Jim Barrentine
Sent: Terça-feira, 2 de Maio de 2000 14:40
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: [WEB4LIB] Local Gov Web Sites
I am looking for some examples of local governments (city or county) using
web technology to deliver information and services to their residents. While
good integrated sites that deliver static information (names of elected
officials, office hours, summer park programs, how to register to vote,
etc.) are nice, I am really looking for places that allow interactive use
such as getting your dog a license, paying traffic tickets, filing a petty
theft report, signing your kid up for little league, etc.
Anybody got any contenders?
James K. Barrentine
Information Partners, Inc.
Technology Solutions for Libraries
2697 Euclid Hts. Blvd. Suite 3
Cleveland, OH 44106-2828
mailto:jkb at ix.netcom.com
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