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The plans of action of E-government

The Ministerial Declarations, along with successive strategies for the development of the information society as the Strategy for the single digital market (Opens in new window) , have led to plans of action of E-government developed by the european commission, which are the road map for achieving the objectives of statements.

The european commission adopted on 19 april 2016 the The Plan of action of electronic administration 2016-2020 (Opens in new window) that digital accelerates the transformation of the administration

This Plan contains three main priorities and introduces 20 measures to modernise public administrations, the Digital Único Market, and involve citizens and businesses in the high-quality service.

The previous E-government plans

The broadest spectrum they reach the activities relating to the information society, together with the importance that governments took an efficient and effective means of relating to citizenship based on information technologies, momentum in the year 2005 the european commission to develop a specific plan to promote the E-government within the european Union. This first plan encompassed within the I2010 strategy (Opens in new window) title, (Opens in new window) . The objectives of the action plan were tied to the five priorities of the Ministerial declaration of Manchester (Opens in new window) .

The strategic reorientation E-government agreed with the Malmö declaration (Opens in new window) , led to the European Commission to the design of a new (Opens in new window) ", with the separate entity arising from this ministerial agreement although with some of its actions covered by the Digital Agenda for europe (Opens in new window) . This action plan aimed at general exploit the capabilities of ict to promote smart Administrations, inovadoras and sustainable.


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