The Clinton-Gore Administration: Leadership for the New Millennium -- A Record of Digital Progress and Prosperity

The Clinton-Gore Administration: Leadership for the New Millennium -- A Record of Digital Progress and Prosperity

Tuesday, January 16, 2001

Chief of Staff John Podesta released today a report outlining the Clinton-Gore Administration’s record of digital progress and prosperity and preparing the United States for the Information Age of the 21st century.

Over the last eight years, the Administration has harnessed the power of the Internet to expand access to education, training, medical and health information; empower our citizens and reinvent government; and spur growth, raise productivity, limit inflation and create jobs.

The Third Annual Report of the U.S. Government Working Group on Electronic Commerce, "Leadership for the New Millennium: Delivering on Digital Progress and Prosperity," details the Administration’s accomplishments in promoting electronic commerce, using the Internet to address our most urgent social challenges, and establishing a strategy and vision for the future.

The complete report is available as a PDF on the Electronic Commerce web site at:


Since 1993, the Clinton-Gore Administration has helped guide and accelerate one of the most fundamental transformations in our country’s history. Information and communication technologies have altered the way we play, work and do business.


The Clinton-Gore Administration has helped widen the circle of digital opportunity. Among other steps, the Administration has:


The Administration has helped deliver on the potential of the Internet to improve our quality of life. Among other steps, the Administration has:


The Clinton-Gore Administration has used digital technologies to make government more accountable, efficient and responsive to its citizens than ever before. Among other steps, the Administration has:


The Clinton-Gore Administration has worked to protect consumers and other users of the Internet. Among other steps, the Administration has:


The Clinton-Gore Administration has worked to create a seamless global marketplace that will allow e-commerce and the Internet to reach their full potential:

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