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E-Government closer to the people

E-Government closer to the people

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SUMMARY

This report is focused on the “e-Citizen - Effective Inclusion Through E-Governance Services” project which manages the topic of social inclusion through using the innovative practices related to new technologies.

The project's main goal is based on the use of e-governance and e-government as a tool for improving the social inclusion of citizens in the European Union. The paper takes a look at systems of e-government in the project partners' countries: Poland, Spain, Turkey, and the Czech Republic.

According to the study, one of the most important projects currently in place in Poland is the implementation of a new identity card with an electronic signature. More and more Poles citizens are using e-services on a regular basis. In fact, the research notes that each year e-services are becoming more popular among the population.

Regarding Spain, it is one of the most developed countries in e-governance, the report says. E-governance in Spain includes tools with the aim to bring people closer to the administration and business opportunities. In addition, e-governance has been broadly adopted by people in the country.

It is possible to find different applications of e-governance in Turkey because of the increased rates of technology usage by citizens. Demand shows satisfaction and interest for e-governance tools in Turkey, the document adds. E-governance applications in Turkey at local and national levels are highly used by citizens and introduced on an ongoing basis to beneficiaries by Turkish institutions. 

As for the Czech Republic, the government adopted in the second half of 2017 the national Society 4.0 Action Plan which concentrates on five topics: digitalization of public administration; connectivity and mobility; education and labor market; cybersecurity and the industry; and the business environment. 

The report includes a few practice examples of effective adult learning with the use of new technologies in Poland, Spain, Turkey, and the Czech Republic.

 

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The “E-citizen - effective inclusion through e-governance services” project

Introduction

eGovernment and eGovernance. Spain, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic  

Adult education

References and recommendations

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Title
E-Government closer to the people
Region
Europe
Published
June 15, 2019
Publisher
EU
Author(s)
Katarzyna Sztop-Rutkowska, Sylwester Zagulski, Agnieszka Maszkowska, Bożena Ignatowska, Recep Holat, Zeliha Oraloglu, Gabriela Vlčková, Lukáš Novotný, Luis F.Serrano Martinez, Alma Gémar Ballesta
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
45
Number of Tables
0
Number of Exhibits
4
Topics
software
Tags
digital citizen, digital government, digital public service, e-governance, e-government, EU, europe, Poland, SOCLAB, software, Spain, Turkey
Author(s)
Katarzyna Sztop-Rutkowska, Sylwester Zagulski, Agnieszka Maszkowska, Bożena Ignatowska, Recep Holat, Zeliha Oraloglu, Gabriela Vlčková, Lukáš Novotný, Luis F.Serrano Martinez, Alma Gémar Ballesta
Methodology
Not available.
EVALUATION

This report offers insightful content about e-Government practices in Poland, Spain, Turkey, and Czech.

Positives:

  • Understandable language
  • Practice examples for effective adult learning in Spain, Turkey, Poland, and Czech

 

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