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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Wiki ImageTransformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Wiki ImageTransformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Wiki ImageTransformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models. A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary. But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models.
A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary.
But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models.
A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary.
But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models.
A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).

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Transformation generally means a fundamental, rapid, and wide-ranging change and, accordingly, sounds rather evolutionary than revolutionary.
But "transformational e-government" is rarely defined clearly in e-government stage models.
A final stage of e-government "would transform governments themselves, would fundamentally transform relations between governments and the governed, and ultimately, would produce electronic democracy" (Norris and Reddick 2013: 165).