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Ubiquity

has another meaning in the information technology arena that is also relevant to e-government: it signifies software and infrastructure capabilities that enable individuals to connect and communicate in more natural ways. The vision, to date unrealized, is that applications from different organizations — including government agencies and offices — would work smoothly together and that users would be provided with effectively seamless access to information and services across various access devices and communications links. Moreover, users would be able to obtain information and services from wherever they are located, and they could use a variety of computing devices — not just desktop computers with wired Internet access. In this arena, both the private sector and government are only in the early stages of exploring potential applications and modes of operation.[1]

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  1. Information Technology Research, Innovation, and E-Government, at 48.

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