Seminar: E-government 2.0 in practice The New Trends in Electronic Administration

E-government 2.0 in practice The New Trends in Electronic Administration

When: February 24th 2015
9:00 – 15:00
Where: Klub Dziennikarza Pod Gruszą, Kraków, Poland


egovernment seminarium
e-gov 2.0

 On behalf of the Consortium carrying out the project, we warmly invite you to participate in the seminar that will constitute a summary of the first stage of the research and educational project “E-GOVERNMENT 2.0 in practice” which has brought about the development of a knowledge base on E-Government. The participants will include representatives of public administration, academia (university staff and managerial staff), NGOs and local media. Amongst the invited speakers will be national and foreign experts in the field of eadministration, as well as representatives of Tischner European University, the University of Science and Technology in Kraków and the Tallinna Technikaulikool, Estonia, who will share their experiences and give presentations on the following topics:

  • Analysis of strategic documents in the field of E-government 2.0 adopted by the European Union and the United Nations, as well as of strategies employed by individual countries such as the USA, Norway, Estonia and Great Britain
  • Presentation of the most effective E-gov 2.0 implementations in selected countries (Poland, Norway, Great Britain, the United States)
  • Exploration and description of several related phenomena (e.g. Open Data, crowdsourcing, e-activity, e-participation, policy making)
  • Analysis of the needs and expectations to be met by public administrations in the context of the 2014-2020 EU budget
  • Discussion on the perspectives in the field of E-government

 Seminar programme (pdf)

The main result of the first phase of the project is creation of a knowledge base on the existing solutions/initiatives in the field of E-government 2.0 and the actions to be undertaken in this area by individual EU countries (and also, across the entire European Union), implementation programmes, good practices, etc. The thematic scope of our analysis includes, among others, open public and local-government administration, technologies and Web 2.0 solutions in public administration (all application scenarios: civic activity, knowledge management, protecting the public order, social communication, public procurement systems and providing public services (e.g. service facilities, creating legislation, law enforcement, cooperation – also between the departments of public administration themselves), applications designed to re-use public information, social media in local government, localgovernment crowdsourcing, etc. Participation is free of charge, but due to the limited number of places available, anyone interested in attending the seminar should register via e-mail at: We wholeheartedly invite you to take part in this special event,

Sincerely, Project Team

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