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VI. Working Group on e-Government

Theodore Tsekos, Director, United Nations Thessaloniki Centre
        E-mail: tsekos@untcentre.org
Vassilios Peristeras, Information Technology Consultant, United Nations Thessaloniki Centre
        E-mail: per@untcentre.org

The coordinator of the WG invites contributions on its 2003 theme: "Towards integrated public policy for e-Government development"

E-Government has become a popular topic in countries all over the world, regardless their development stage. Politicians and public officials, design and support the implementation of e-Government. Though there is not one single way for implementing e-Government. The public policy for e-Government development (the management of e-Government) differs a lot, when moving from one country to another.

In the Working Group, alternative approaches for developing an e-Government policy will be identified and lessons-learnt by each country will be presented. Theoretical papers addressing the issue of the diversity of public policies for implementing e-Government, or practical papers presenting country-specific public policy for e-Government would be accepted.

Questions that could be addressed follows (indicative):
  • Centralized versus decentralized e-Government development.
  • The management of e-Government: structures, processes, resources.
  • National e-Government master plans: lessons-learnt and best practices.
  • National strategies for e-Government in CEE&CIS countries and eEurope.