The OECD (Organization for economic cooperation and development), at the meeting “ OECD e-leaders 2020 ” of its programme of “ Digital Government ”, has announced the publication of the first edition of Índice of Digital Government (THE BEST THING) analysing the results and trends of public policies for the transition of e-government to the government. Hearing this process, as the passage of the digitization of mere administrative procedures in an online administration, public services are entirely digital, designed with the user in mind, more simple, accessible, proactive and truly meet the needs of citizens.
This new index assesses the majority of oecd member countries, together with a selection of non-members (Uruguay, Brazil, panama and Argentina).
The evaluation methodology and survey used to measure this transition is based on the regulatory framework for digital government (Digital Government Policy Framework- DGPF) developed by oecd in 2014 and six dimensions: digital since the design, Public Sector based on data, government as a platform, open by default, user-oriented and pro-activeness.
The Contents of digital government is obtained from the analysis of these six dimensions: