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European eGovernment Awards 2009, vote now!
The European eGovernment Awards, ePractice.eu and the European Commission invite members of the ePractice.eu community to vote for their favourite cases among the 52 European eGovernment Awards 2009 finalists.
The 4th European eGovernment Awards Public Prize is awarded to the finalist receiving the highest number of votes.
All voters who cast their votes before 11 November 2009 - the final online voting deadline - will have a chance at winning some USB phone chargers and computer screen cleaners.
For additional information, please read the online voting rules at http://www.epractice.eu/en/awards/rules.
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