Canada securing e-government

    Date03 Jul 2001
    CategoryGovernment
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Canada, which already has the most advanced electronic government in the world, has hired a Texas company to help develop the enhanced privacy and security features needed for the nation's expanding online government services. By 2004, the Canadian government wants . . . Canada, which already has the most advanced electronic government in the world, has hired a Texas company to help develop the enhanced privacy and security features needed for the nation's expanding online government services. By 2004, the Canadian government wants to have an online network known as the Secure Channel that enables citizens to perform transactions with government -- from paying taxes to applying for benefits to starting businesses -- with assurances that the transactions will remain private and secure.
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