The e-governance revolution is said to be changing everything in the public sector. However, will all the modelling tools, electronic meeting management systems and online consultations really change political judgment in policy formulation? Using new case studies from local and national government in the USA, the UK and Europe, E-Governance examines these claims in detail. Perri 6 presents a distinctive account of what political judgment actually is, considered as an organisational process. He then presents a new theory of how policy-makers use and reject information and do and do not trust each other with information in using the new tools, before analysing the implications for democracy. The book concludes by identifying some practical ways forward for policy-makers.