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E-government strategies

  • The E-government and policies of the European Union

    The strategy for a Digital Single Market for Europa has promoted the action Plan of electronic administration 2016-2020 dealing with issues such as the connection of business registers throughout Europe, which businesses and citizens bring your data only once the AA.PP. to realize the principle of ‘ only once ’ (in English once-only), as well as the update of the European framework of interoperability, available since March 2017. Subsequently, the ministerial declaration of electronic administration of Tallin has been to strengthen the commitment to the principles of this Action Plan, particularly the following: digital by default, inclusion and accessibility principle of only once, confidence and security, openness and transparency and interoperability by default.

  • The Ministerial Statements of E-government

    The development of E-government in the European Union has party of consensus among the member states in Ministerial Statements. The last one was adopted in the city of Tallín in 2017 and strengthens the commitment to the principles of the action Plan of Electronic administration 2016-2020.

  • The action plans of E-government

    The Ministerial Statements, together with successive strategies for the development of the information society, have led to action plans of E-government developed by the European commission, which are the roadmap to achieve the objectives of statements. The European Commission adopted on 19 April 2016 the “ action Plan of European Electronic Administration 2016-2020 ”, which accelerates the digital transformation of the administration

  • Connection of documents for the development of E-government in Europa

    Here you can find a relationship of documents that have facilitated the development of E-government in the European Union

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