Officials get useful guide to find a way to digital society
Estonia is widely known as digital country, but so far there wasn’t any practical and comprehensive handbooks on how and of what the digital society is really made of. Now, e-Governance Academy has gathered all knowledge on e-governance into the publication “e-Governance in Practice”, that gives overview on creating and managing digital society, covering all main domains such as cyber security, interoperability, infrastructure, enablers, e-democracy, legislation and many critical e-services.
Governments all over the world are looking for the most appropriate models of digital society. The guide provides them easy to follow step-by-step approach to main areas of e-governance. “Providing the e-gov consultations since 2002 eGA’s experts have met the same questions from different countries and managerial levels. This manual will answer the majority of those questions and support countries in process of moving towards an information society,” said Sandra Roosna, one of the initiators of the publication. eGA has shared knowledge of e-governance to over 3500 officials from more than 60 countries across the world.
“e-Governance in Practice” is composed by Sandra Roosna, eGA Associated Expert and Raul Rikk, the Head of Cyber Security Domain and other eGA experts: Uuno Vallner, Mari Pedak, Katrin Nyman-Metcalf, Kristina Reinsalu, Jelizaveta Krenjova, Liia Hänni, Arvo Ott, Annela Kiirats, Anu Vahtra-Hellat.