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PAe - Published the report of the first half of the european digital government
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Published the report of the first half of the european digital government

23 june 2019

The study evaluated, in the context of the current state of the coordination of economic and fiscal policy of the eu, the problems concerning the promotion of digital government.

The study (Opens in new window) analyses and evaluates how ISA ² programme (Opens in new window) helps to identify and address the key trends affecting the digitization of public administration in europe, as well as the strategies and processes to address the most common challenges facing the eu countries.

The study was carried out annually for an overall control over the health of the process of modernization of public administration in Europe is part of. Observatory of the National government interoperability framework (Opens in new window) .

To provide a complete picture on the status of the development of digital government in the eu, the report proposes a review process; three-pronged focus on providing a qualitative analysis of three sets of documents for each Eu member state:

  • the Specific Recommendations by country (CSR) issued through the process that occurred in the first half of the year.
  • the national reform programmes (PNR) designed by the eu member states to address their CSR; and lately.
  • The Operational Programmes (OP) nationals of member states discussed how the eu countries are planning to use eu funds to promote the development of digital government and, specifically, how to deal with individual Thematic Goals 2 (improving access, use and use of ict quality) and 11 (improving the efficiency of public administration) of the structural funds and investment In europe.

After the initial qualitative analysis, the firm creates a vision country by country of the main developments in digital government in each Eu member state. This helps to provide a broad vision of the latest developments in the digital government within the eu at a later section which captures the main trends in this area, such as the development of digital skills, the implementation of measures of eJusticia or electronic contracting.

In addition to this analysis, the study also provides a snapshot of the socio-economic situation of member states together with an assessment of how it can be affected by the implementation of measures of digital government in key sectors such as care and education.

Four political conclusions

Following the compilation of the main points in common between the strategic documents and the european union, analytical work draws four political conclusions.

These recommendations include, for example, the delivery of training courses addressed to the eu member states to implement its strategies of digital government (the first recommendation) or the integration of the governance of public service through the participation of good practices (4th).

Some new characteristics make this new edition of the survey distinguished from previous versions. Focuses more on the impacts of digital government and the citizen at and how it affects the private sector operations.

In addition, special attention was paid to the general appearance of the study, which now features Icons and graphics are easier to use for the visual rendering. In general, the study explained more clearly the process of the first semester, which assists in an expert audience does not provide a better understanding of the key concepts and the main challenges that tackles this study. Finally, the thematic goals 2 and 11 are separated more clearly, which in turn led to the analysis of several documents for a more effective and easier to synthesise.

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