Now Available: Frontier Centre iPhone Application – December 1, 2010
The Frontier Centre iPhone Application is now available.
The Next Wave of E-Government – February 14, 2009
When it comes to digital transformation, governments must lead by example. When practical, state and local government should be early adopters of new technology instead of relying on industry to lead the way.
The Baltic Tiger – September 30, 2007
A small European nation is outperforming older economies by three to one, find out how & what Canada might learn from them.
Mart Laar, Prime Minister of Estonia (1992-94 and 1999-2002) – September 20, 2007
Frontier discusses the Baltic Tiger in a conversation with Mart Laar, the former Prime Minister of Estonia.
William D. Eggers, Senior Fellow, the Manhattan Institute – August 30, 2006
One of the world’s most accomplished scholars in the fields of re-inventing government, privatizations and e-government discusses these and related issues.
How Public Services Waste Your Money – April 30, 2005
The modernisation disease is across the public sector. Police, social services, housing associations, health trusts and others suffer from the requirements to comply with specifications developed by people who do not understand how the work works.
The Rise of eGovt – October 1, 2001
Just as the early 20th century's sleepily parochial governments transformed themselves into sprawling bureaucracies to keep pace with industrialization, that lumbering, inflexible, messy, inefficient institution we call government today must -- and surely will -- transform itself in honor of the Digital Age.
E-Government Dawns in the 21st Century Government – April 19, 2001
Government on-line is a futuristic concept that can increase choice and lower costs.
*The New Paradigm – March 1, 2000
While many factors are important to the New Economy, our essay focuses on technology. It helps answer the skeptics who find nothing new in the New Economy.
Kinder, Gentler Recessions – September 7, 1999
Future recessions will be less severe and shorter than past recessions and the information technology revolution deserves some of the credit for the shift.