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Presentation given at the Eastern European EGovernment days, Prague 23rd April 2008

Presentation given at the Eastern European EGovernment days, Prague 23rd April 2008
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  • Although today we can not speak about NMS, I would like to explain the rationale of the project: On one side the project was framed in 2004, when the 10 NMS just joined the EU There is an important regional policy The focus we have taken is: are there specific characteristics of these countries (different than EU15) that deserve policy attention? At the end we will see that in spite of a rapid catch-up in ICT access, skills and usage, we identify specific conditions in these countries that challenge the deployment of eServices, which means, in the use of ICTs in the several economic sectors of goverment, health and education, and their capacity to produce impact (cost savings, efficiency, improved services, competitiveness and growth)‏

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  • eGovernment developments in the New Member States: overview and outlook David Osimo, Clara Centeno Institute for Prospective Technological Studies - IPTS European Commission, Joint Research Centre http://ipts.jrc.ec.europa.eu EEEG days Prague, 23 rd April 2008
  • Project Objectives, Deliverables
    • Research team: a Consortium led by ICEG EC, with 30 national researchers supported by international thematic experts
    Introduction
    • Objectives:
    • To build a factual knowledge about the current contexts and developments of eServices in each country at national/regional level
    • To identify the key challenges and opportunities
    • To analyse the possible specific policy options to make progress
    Jan 2006 End 2007
    • Deliverables:
    • 10 Country studies on eLearning
    • 10 Country studies on eGov & eHealth
    • 4 Synthesis reports on eGov, eLearning, eHealth and eServices
  • A very diverse context source IPTS reelaboration of Eurostat/World bank data
  • An intense reform process
    • Tax system
    • Financing of public services
    • Territorial reform (regions, municipalities)‏
    • Acquis communautaire
    • But little integration with eGovernment policies
  • Catching up, but internal divides Digital divide Index - source Riga Scoreboard
  • Good eGovernment progress Supply Usage Source: Eurostat
  • eGovernment supply
    • Catching-up with EU15, but scope of services is mainly limited to the 12+8 services measured
    • Taxation a key application (both for supply and usage)‏
    • Little development in eProcurement and social security
    • Local government lagging behind (decentralisation, funds, skills, institutional capacity)‏
    • Current eGovernment priorities: Broadband infrastructure for public sector, PIAP, Portal, eProcurement, Interoperability of registers, growth in the number of online services
    • Limited role of private sector and PPPs
  • Outlook
        • Visible progress in eGovernment
        • eGov not always integrated in reform
        • No visible transformative impact (but lack of evaluation)‏
        • Little PPP
        • Following the path of EU15, emphasis on service delivery
        • No leapfrogging taking place
        • But signs of more original developments
        • Growing institutional capacity
        • Unique opportunity with Structural Funds 2007-2013
        • And …
  • Towards a citizens-generated state?
  • Towards a citizens-generated state?
  • Towards a citizens-generated state?
    • Thank you !
    • Contact: david.osimo@ec.europa.eu
    • http://is.jrc.es