Provided and released by the United Kingdom's House of Commons, this report primarily examines the Parliament's information and communication infrastructure. Due to the overwhelming concern that the House appears distant and irresponsive to the public, the House's Select Committee of Information has formulated this report to identify those areas where the House can assist its Members in meeting public expectations. Divided into four pivotal categories, the body of the report highlights 21 areas of communication, ranging from mobile devices and dealing with e-mail, to networking hardware support and public participation in the law-making process. Designed for those with an acute interest in the development of e-democracy, this report ends with communication strategy recommendations designed to maximize the accessibility and transparency of the House.
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