Public agencies and parks districts throughout the country have had to learn about technology since first hearing the term “e-Government” in the late 1990s. Perhaps a main point is that technology represents change and growth, a change in the way agencies conduct their business processes, and growth in service offerings and methods for delivering those services. But change and growth pose both challenges and opportunities. Implementation of technology can improve the connection with a community and its understanding and appreciation …


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