Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Publications about Hungary

Article
28/07/2015
This factsheet shows the progress in the online delivery of public services, across the various dimensions of user-centricity, transparency, cross-border mobility and key enablers in Hungary. Read more
19/06/2015
This chapter is part of the 19th Implementation Report on electronic communications. It addresses 2014 market and regulatory developments in Hungary. Read more
06/05/2015
The Digital Single Market strategy aims to open up digital opportunities for people and business and enhance Europe's position as a world leader in the digital economy. This country sheet gives key facts and figures Hungary. Read more
26/11/2014
Many scientists point out that the goal of social sciences is not simply to understand how people behave in large groups, but to understand what motivates individuals to behave the way they do. Could this fundamental insight be transformed in a step forward towards the solution of important societal challenges like traffic congestion or the sustainability a fully electrified transportation system? Read more
22/07/2014
This is the 18th monitoring report on the electronic communications market and regulations, covering in particular key market and regulatory developments in 2012 and 2013. . Read more
22/05/2014
EU eGovernment Report 2014 - Country Factsheets E-Government Read more
08/04/2014
This study was foreseen under the eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015. Administrative Burden Reduction (ABR) can be achieved through the integration of eGovernment tools; the smart use of the information that citizens and businesses have to provide to public authorities for the completion of administrative procedures; making electronic procedures the dominant channel for delivering eGovernment services; and the principle of the “once only” registration of relevant data. The latter ensures that citizens and businesses supply certain standard information only once, because public administration offices take action to internally share this data, so that no additional burden falls on citizens and businesses. Read more

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