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e-Government (2001-2006)

In the area of e-Government the GBDe acknowledges the important linkages with the issue of secure electronic transactions. In some economies, the issuing of PKI-based ID by central Government is overcoming the issue of critical mass which has previously hampered the deployment of this technology. In addition, the private sector continues to promote technological solutions to promote greater participation, compliance and empowerment for citizens at both the local, state and federal government level. There is a strong recognition that governments have an important role to play in stimulating e-commerce by increasing the opportunities for online interaction with their citizens.

The GBDe, during 2002, extended its previous recommendations involving the government-to-business relationship to provide a public sector checklist for widespread e-government implementation. In particular, the 2002 recommendations provide options for increasing the added value of e-government for citizens and also for enhancing the opportunities for business and government to interact profitably though the digital medium.

Further effort was also directed towards enhancing the GBDe's existing e-government case study database and broadening its cooperation with other initiatives seeking to assist public authorities in this important area.

G2C (Government to Consumer)

To increase overall added value of e-government for citizens, governments are recommended to:

G2B (Government to Business)

In order to facilitate the business community and thereby ensure the development of a favorable economic climate, governments are recommended to:

Global Context

Taking into account the world globalization process and the international character of the Internet, each country’s e-government program is highly advised to:

See also these PDF downloads:
e-Government : Summary of Recommendations
GBDe Recommendations (Taipei), November 2006
EN PDF 67KB
E-Government
GBDe Recommendations (Kuala Lumpur), November 2004
EN PDF 190KB
E-Government
GBDe Recommendations (Brussels), October 2002
EN PDF 341KB
E-Government
GBDe Recommendations (Tokyo), September 2001
EN PDF 230KB