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Policy-makers require accurate and up-to-date information on the state of play of their field of interest: here you can find on-going studies in the area of eGovernment.
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In an area where both practice and technology are developing fast, such as eGovernment, the Commission has an ongoing need for in-depth studies, in particular to understand the different stages of implementation in individual Member States. The Commission uses the results of studies to target EU financial support and to inform its policy initiatives in the field of eGovernment.

On-going studies:

  • Study on "Mid-term Evaluation of the e-Government Action Plan 2011–2015 Implementation" - SMART 2012/0060

Link to the completed studies.

Last updated on 28/10/2014
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