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e-Business Service Provider Evaluation & Selection
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business development representative  with DBSPs who enable business capabilities within digitally networked environments. This not only includes e-business operations on the web, but can also refer to intranet development capabilities (B2E for example), and government-to-consumer or citizen or other government etc. We have adopted the generic term Digital Business Service Provider or DBSP as the a way of describing the area, and reserved e-business service provider for profit taking companies building out digital capabilities to sell and

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