Study: e-Government and e-Participation

e-Government and e-Participation (European Commission, Information Society and Media Directorate General)

10 December 2008. The EU is investing heavily in e-government to help boost growth while delivering on the benefits of the information society, including greater cross-border collaboration, less fragmented research effort, and access to ICT anywhere, anytime and by anyone. This report examines how ICT is revolutionising the way citizens, businesses and public administrations interact.

“ICT Research. The policy perspective. e-Government and e-Participtation” at (pdf-file)

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