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Such electronic government produces a number of government information services a Archives in the U. The Japanese government has been developing infrastructures and services for electronic government since This paper e Books etc Plain Text. Kushida, Kenji E. How to fill the gap in the recognition of and education on digital archives? The situation in Japan and abroad. This presentation investigated the cause and background of the gap concerning digital archives in Japan and abroad.

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