eGovernment Observatory becomes eGovernment Practice

ePractice.euThe eGovernment Observatory, the Good Practice Framework and the European eGovernement Awards have joined forces to serve the eGovernment community with a single face. All initiatives have indeed been fully merged on the new eGovernment Practice portal ePractice.eu which now provides the most complete information on eGovernment in Europe (27 Member States, EU candidate countries and EFTA countries), as well as a broad range of exchange opportunities, both on- and off-line.

A joint initiative by the Directorate General for the Information Society and Media and the Directorate General Informatics (IDABC programme) of the European Commission, ePractice.eu now proposes a service tailored to the needs of eGovernment, eInclusion and eHealth community practitioners.

From a single entry point, ePractice now provides eGovernment practitioners with easy, user-friendly access to the widest range of information on eGovernment strategies, initiatives and projects throughout Europe, together with brand-new areas of interest and activities. Content covers the following fields:

  • All the traditional eGovernment Observatory free resources: daily news and a weekly newsletter, a calendar of events, the most complete eGovernment library and an outlook of eGovernment in 32 European countries;
  • New areas of interest: eInclusion and eHealth;
  • eGovernment real-life cases from across Europe (400 cases are currently available at ePractice);
  • The European eGovernment Awards.

Aiming to go beyond a simple case exchange, to give way to the exchange of advice, experiences, events and success stories, ePractice offers more interactivity than ever before. The idea is to empower stakeholders to discuss and influence open government, policy-making and the way public administrations operate and deliver services.

Among the core exchange features of the portal are the following:

  • A European Observatories Network: a network of organisations interested in the analysis, measurement and spread of good practice in Europe, particularly in the field of eGovernment;
  • The ability to directly contribute to the portal content by submitting events announcements proposals or eGovernment case studies;
  • The possibility to rate and publicly comment content;
  • An offline exchange framework with regular workshops, face-to-face meetings and public presentations.

For further information, please visit:
http://www.epractice.eu

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About ePractice.eu
ePractice.eu is a portal created by the European Commission which offers a new service for the professional community of eGovernment, eInclusion and eHealth practitioners. It is an interactive initiative that empowers its users to discuss and influence open government, policy-making and the way in which public administrations operate and deliver services. For further information, please visit www.epractice.eu

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