cybergovernment

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ government

NounEdit

cybergovernment (uncountable)

  1. Government with a presence on the Internet or in cyberspace.
    • 1996, Government Executive magazine
      Cybergovernment in all its wide-ranging potential is now on display in an unlikely venue — a K Street office building in downtown Washington.
    • 1998, Judith Schiek Robinson, Tapping the Government Grapevine
      When people lack computers or computer literacy, depositories help them plug into cybergovernment.
    • 2000, Wonmo Dong, The two Koreas and the United States
      He has authored many books in the fields of public bureaucracy, democracy, political development, elections, and cybergovernment.
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