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Saturday, March 19, 2005
Tom Evslin writes about VISP - It’s a Village ISP which besides "eGovernance",provides email, web browsing, and basic computer literacy training. A VISP owner Rani( there are obviously many like her), by charging for all these services grossed about $110 in her first month of operation.The most important point that Tom writes about is: "egovernance" works in this framework as the functioning is based on negotiated agreement which allows it to funnel complaints from VISPs directly to a high level in the various govt. departments and gives them the right to follow-up on a promise that all complaints will be addressed within two weeks.
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