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eGovernment factsheets anniversary report

eGovernment factsheets anniversary report

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SUMMARY

This report offers an in-depth review of EU Member States’ accomplishments when it comes to digitalization of their public sector over the past ten years.

This anniversary research discusses the diverse national initiatives to promote eGovernment over the last ten years in the EU and the various maturity levels of the initiatives in place among the markets examined. Regarding legislation, nine countries highlighted the adoption of ICT-friendly laws as one of their key achievements in the eGovernment field in the past decade. 

According to this study, the implementation of eGovernment policies requires the dedication of a single responsible body or high-level of cooperation among different levels of the public administration considering the growing popularity of digital services among people and companies.

The report states that some markets concentrate more on the delivery of digital public services at the local level as it is their priority to the digitalization of smaller public offices. 

The document also notes that the European Commission has promoted the development of eGovernment in the EU which has been expressed through several political communications declarations. The paper mentions the various funding programs as well which are available for public administrations to benefit from including ISA. This is a program that funds projects on interoperability and produces interoperable solutions for public administrations in the EU. H20205, ESIF6, and SRSP7 offer opportunities to all EU public sector institutions that are digitalizing their organizations, the paper estates.

 

OUTLINE

Introduction and Executive Summary

eGovernment in Europe

Digital transformation of public administrations in Europe

The European Commission's role

The future ahead

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Title
eGovernment factsheets anniversary report
Region
Europe
Published
June 15, 2019
Publisher
European Commission
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
67
Number of Tables
0
Number of Exhibits
10
Topics
software
Tags
cyber security, digital citizen, digital government, digital identification, eDelivery, e-government, eGovernment, eInvoicing, eProcurement, europe, European Commission, open data, public sector, software
Methodology
Not available.
EVALUATION

This excellent report by the European Commission stands out for its quality content and great examples of policies driven by EU countries to boost digital transformation in the public sector.

Positives:

  • Clear language
  • Appealing design
  • Great graphs
  • Quality content
  • Examples of policies implemented towards digital transformation in Europe's public sector

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