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The UK's Leading Email Newsletter On Internet, Government and Politics

The UK's Leading Email Newsletter On Internet, Government and Politics

E-Government Bulletin
was the first UK email newsletter on the use of the internet and other digital technologies by public service bodies.

Launched in 1995 and now past its 300th issue, our readership has grown to around 8,000 in government, local government and their private, charitable and voluntary sector partners in the UK and worldwide. Its readership is entirely requested, and the service is free to receive, funding the provision of top quality journalism on e-government and e-democracy with a small amount of advertising and marketing of our own conference and events, though we never sell our lists to any third parties.

Our editor is former Guardian and BBC Online journalist Dan Jellinek, and all coverage is independent.

Although most coverage also appears on our blog, the only way to ensure you will receive everything in a timely fashion and receive news of our events is to sign up to receive the publication by email, which is entirely free: click here to register.

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If you like what you read, please encourage friends and colleagues to sign up: we ask everyone to sign up for their own copy, and not to post it onto other lists or websites, so we know how many readers we have out there!

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