E-government, the digital interactions between a government and its citizens, improves the efficiency and effectiveness of public service delivery, promotes development and helps authorities to use available resources to their best advantage. That contributes to the economic sustainability of regions. The Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE) is one of the seven flagship initiatives of the Europe 2020 strategy, and defines the key enabling role that ICT will have to play if Europe wants to succeed in its ambitions for 2020. This agenda makes proposals for actions to get Europe on track for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
68 project partners
46 regions involved
66 regional policies addressed
78 good practices identified
Projects tackling e-government services
6 projects, analysed by the team of capitalisation experts, offer their know-how and collected good practice in the field of E-government Services. Click on each logo to get more information about the project's work.
Results of the thematic analysis are available in several formats.
"Europe as a region has been in the vanguard of information technology and setting the pace for others to follow. Building on the existing strength of high levels of human capital and infrastructure, the transformative role of ICT has been recognized and adopt to further streamline E-government services."
United Nations E-government Survey 2012
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