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This paper seeks to analyse the intersection between digital government, more specifically digital public services, and the reproductive health field by answering the following questions: How does the municipal health office understands the concept of reproductive health? And how does the municipal health office provide digital public services for reproductive health? To answer them, it was conducted a descriptive analyses of the municipal health offices websites of 11 brazilian capitals through a structured observation of websites. Results show that municipal health offices, through their websites, don’t approach the concept of reproductive health in its complexity and that they offer limited digital public services in this field.



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