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EU: Breaking Barriers to eGovernment – A Legal and Institutional Analysis of Barriers to eGovernment

Official Report – 16 August 2006 – EU Institutions – Benchmarking/ Policy and Strategy

Complete title:
Breaking Barriers to eGovernment
Overcoming obstacles to improving European public services 
Modinis study - Contract no. 29172
A Legal and Institutional Analysis of Barriers to eGovernment
Draft Deliverable 1b
 
Country/location:
EU Institutions
 
Publication date:
16 August 2006
 
Document type:
Official Report
 
Topic(s):
Benchmarking / Policy and Strategy
 
Author(s):
Oxford Internet Institute for the eGovernment Unit of DG Information and Media of the European Commission
 
Description (short summary):
This document is a ‘work in progress’ report on the goals, initial findings, plans and background of the European Commission’s Breaking the Barriers to eGovernment project, which began in January 2005 as part of the Commission’s MODINIS research programme.
 
The report highlights how results from investigations in the project’s first phase, including an online survey, are helping to clarify the most significant legal and organizational impediments to fulfilling the EU’s eGovernment goals. This includes the initial identification of seven key types of barrier and the main legal foundations that can significantly facilitate or block successful eGovernment outcomes. Feedback on the interim results presented here will be combined with further detailed studies and analyses to refine and develop the project’s findings for the final report to be published in December 2007.
 
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Copyright information:
© European Communities, 2006
 
Original URL:
 
Language(s) available:
EN
 
Number of pages (English version):
149 (full report)
 
Document(s) for download:

Breaking Barriers to eGovernment – A Legal and Institutional Analysis of Barriers to eGovernment
 Breaking Barriers to eGovernment – A Legal and Institutional Analysis of Barriers to eGovernment
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