Access Local Government Brings Information Age to Municipal Officials
Becker, Christine, Nation's Cities Weekly
More than 150 local officials have joined Access Local Government (ALG), NLC's new on-line information service which was unveiled at the Congress of Cities in December. Included among the active ALG on-line users are 25 state municipal leagues.
Access Local Government, a state-of-the-art, on-line information resource for local officials, offers electronic mail, message boards, on-line conferencing, and libraries with up-to-date information on local issues. The message boards have proven to be a particularly popular tool as subscribers post questions about local issues or concerns, share ideas about effective strategies, or simply network with each other on-line. The …
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Publication information: Article title: Access Local Government Brings Information Age to Municipal Officials. Contributors: Becker, Christine - Author. Magazine title: Nation's Cities Weekly. Volume: 19. Issue: 7 Publication date: February 19, 1996. Page number: 2. © 2009 National League of Cities. COPYRIGHT 1996 Gale Group.
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