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The media release, ForeSee study reveals that citizen satisfaction with E-Government rivals private sector customer experience, discusses the findings from the E-Government citizen experience report which is able for download upon registration. One of the key findings was the fact that the … Continue reading
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released a Digital by default consultation paper. The paper invites feedback on how the ATO supports people in moving to digital service delivery.
The European Commission blogpost entitled, Launch of the study on “New eGovernment Services“, discusses research to be completed by PWC Italy, Open Evidence and the Institute for Baltic Studies. The study will be undertaken between August 2015 to June 2016.
The blog post, eGov Singapore : award winning leader in digital government, discusses some of the measures which have made Singapore a leader in the e-Government space and some of the lessons which can be learnt.
The 2015 Waseda – IAC International E-Government Ranking Survey (PDF 2.6MB) has been released. The report, undertaken by the Institute of e-Government at Waseda University, Tokyo in cooperation with the International Academy of COP (IAC), placed Singapore in first place. … Continue reading
In the blog post, The Australian government has put digital government and open data in the centre, Craig Thomler discusses “the new administrative arrangements released earlier this week … with the Digital Transition Office moving from the Communications portfolio to … Continue reading
In the Civil Service World article, A proper rethink of core government systems could yield big results, discusses how governments can transform their core systems to improve how services are delivered.
The Civil Service World article, UK and US to swap ideas on digital government, describes the plans of the two governments to share ideas in moving government services online.
A recent article entitled, Ensuring success in government digital transformation, written by John Kost, Group Vice President, Gartner, discusses the importance of leadership and governance processes.
The Idox blog post, e-Estonia : leading the way on digital government, provides and overview of the Estonian government’s developments toward a “digital-embracing government” and outlines lessons which can be applied to the UK government implementation.