A catalogue of best practices in e-government

The website is an initiative of the European Commission – DG Information Society and Media – to support the creation of comprehensive e-government services across various EU institutional levels. It aims at collecting examples of well-defined e-government cases and in order to share information with experts and administrators involved in e-government. In this respect the website connects e-government’s professionals and scholars to create an expertise network of experts around the world. Each case profile is described by an abstract and a full description, and carries general information on referees to be contacted. All these information can be also downloaded. The typology of cases ranges from e-government strategies to concrete solutions and technical issues. There are also community-building tools to stimulate information sharing. Research reports and projects documentation are available full-text. The access is completely free and a clear interface – in style web 2.0 – makes navigation very easy and friendly.

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