In a "Leaders" editorial the current issue of the Economist magazine asks the question, "Why does business succeed on the web, while government mostly fails?" Governments have managed "I-Government," putting public information on the web, but mostly failed at "E-Government," using the interactivity and speed of intenet to provide public services. The editorial makes convincing points about what dynamics are at play, and what strategies might be successful. The piece captions a special report on technology and government in the same issue, an 18 page feature profiling all the latest developments.