e-Governance Academy Newsletter 1/2016

This spring starts differently for e-Governance Academy. I am honoured to present our first newsletter which includes news about e-governance as well as gives a clear picture of e-Governance Academy’s activities around the world. By releasing our newsletter, we are hoping to inspire you in turning e-governance on. Everywhere!

Arvo Ott
Executive Director

Tallinn e-Governance Conference focuses on impactWe are glad to announce that only two weeks are left until we meet @Tallinn e-Governance Conference on 30 - 31 May. The world’s leading e-Governance experts from governments, businesses, academia, international organisations and civil society groups will be discussing the impact of e-governance on economies and societies and look into the guarantees and challenges that are involved with an impactful leap in e-governance.
Read more and follow #egov2016.
National cyber security rules! 
eGA has prepared the National Cyber Security Index that gives governments a tool for developing cyber security. Read more 
ICTWeek in Tallinn on 27 May - 3 June  This week full of high-powered conferences and special events will bring ICT experts, visionaries, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, government leaders and top officials as well as representatives of international organizations to Tallinn from all over the world. Check the full program and register to the most exciting event:  #ICTWeek
Big deal: support to develop digital Georgia 
Since September 2015 our attention has been turned to Georgia where through the governmental use of ICT tools the development of democracy and economic growth is supported. Read more
Travel the seven sees to Nagaland Liia Hänni describes her first impressions of Nagaland. What are the biggest challenges of this country on the way to digital society?  Read more
7 guidelines to change the way of governance  What are the benefits of open governance for local government and community? Based on experiences and best practices collected from Estonian local governments we worked out 7 guidelines to change the way of governance. Watch the video how these guidelines work in real life and get inspiration to follow!

Study visits and trainings 01/2016 - 05/2016 30 April – 8 May  - International Best Practice study tour to Estonia for Indian policy makers from different offices and institutions

24 – 30 April – e-Central Government Study training for Kyrgyzstan e-government managers
17 – 24 April – Study tour on e-society development exchange for Uzbekistan NGO representatives, law experts and representatives of USAID
10 – 16 April – International Best Practice study tour to Estonia for Indian Chief Information Officers
14 April – Visit of Moldovan Foreign Minister Mr Andrei Galbur

14 April – Visit of Mr Khalil Y.Khalil, the IT-Manager of ‪‎Lebanon Ministry of Foreign Affairs

5 April  - Overview of e-governance and e-democracy tools in Estonia for Jordanian Members of Parliament

31 March – meeting with the representatives of Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce

22 March – Estonian administrative reform of local governments and de-centralisation for Moldovan journalists
21 March  - Introduction to e-Estonia for stipendiats of the Ludwig-Windthorst foundation (Germany)
13 – 19 March  –  ICT in Healthcare for Healthcare officials of Uzbekistan

14 March – Overview of state reforms of Estonia for high-level officials from Kazakhstan

10 March – Introduction to e-Estonia for Ukrainian deputy ministers delegations

8 March – Overview of e-Estonia and eGA’s activities for Managers of Intel

23 – 25 February - Study visit on Interoperability Framework for Faroe Islands IT experts
24 – 29 January – e-Governance Architecture for Kyrgyzstan IT-experts

18 – 22 January – Study tour on raising awareness of egov for Data Exchange Agency of Georgia

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