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Crowdsourcing and Rewarding Innovation in app design

Crowdsourcing is the practice of soliciting ideas or contributions from stakeholders to solve problems, make decisions, etc. using online tools. It is commonly referred to as “online dialogues” or “virtual town halls” and connects agencies to stakeholders or constituents and provides cost benefits and efficiencies, serves as an outreach and awareness tool. 558 more words

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Digital Transformation in Government - Part 1

Digital Transformation is the latest wave of applying digital technologies to improve government services and operations. In this blog, I’ll explore what Digital Transformation in government really is and how it differs from other initiatives of applying digital technology in government. 804 more words

Digital Transformation

E-Government

The federal eGovernment program started in 2001 with introducing a strategic plan by the Ministry of Finance and Industry. One of the early eServices offered at a federal level was the electronic card known as the… 263 more words

E-government

Public data

We, the people, pay for the data that our government collects. That data can now be easily accessed due to the internet. Whereas researchers who study… 414 more words

Editorial of January 2017

by Joana Covelo de Abreu, Junior Editor
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New year’s resolutions: digital single market in 2017 – the year of interoperability

Digital Single Market is one of the major political goals for EU and its Member States since digital tools have shaped, for the past last decade, how economy behaves and how economic growth is relying on IT tools. 652 more words

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E-Government - The Singapore Experience

An African proverb admonishes us that: “Whenever the rhythm of the drum beats changes, you must change the dance movement accordingly.”It is no longer privileged knowledge that Information and Communication Technology has launched the entire globe into what is now known as the e-world-meaning electronic world. 2,270 more words