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There's some dispute over how government should fund electronic-government initiatives. The administration is proposing a three-year fund. Capitol Hill lawmakers meanwhile are unwilling to pony up appropriations in line with President Bush's proposal.

In your opinion, what would be the best way to jump-start e-gov efforts and how should they be funded?

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We'll also print the most intriguing responses in the next issue of GCN in the Logging Off section.

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So come on, tell us what you think.

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