E-government in Central Europe

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E-government in Central Europe: Rethinking public administration A new report A new report from the Economist Intelligence Unit Sponsored by Oracle The governments of most new EU members are moving vigorously to shift administrative operations to online platforms. The best in Central Europe – Estonia, the Czech Republic and Slovenia – have gone beyond e–government window dressing and compare favourably with the rest of the EU. particularly in instituting online delivery of public services. Coherent strategies and precise action plans, clear and centralised responsibility for implementation and the operation of modern digital transaction laws set the e–government leaders apart from the rest of the region. But poor infrastructure remains a massive impediment to the realisation of their e–government goals. Download the report for free . Download the electronic version of E–government in Central Europe: Rethinking public administration free of charge. Executive summary
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