Helping Government Meet Citizen-Centered Service Goals

Kohlenberg, Dale
June 2001
Feliciter;2001, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p118
Focuses on the role of public libraries in implementing the citizen-centered service program of the government of Canada. Problems in providing Internet access to the people; Role of public libraries as source of information about government; Details of the government directories.


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