The “Green Paper” might be considered the most recent genre for presenting and discussing feed- back and suggestions related to the state policy as such. “Green Paper” is a common format for develop- ment and coordination of the state policy in democratic countries. This document contains a description of new opportunities provided by information and communication technologies to optimize relation- ships between citizens, businesses and government. This document also analyzes current problems and the valid state policy regarding electronic governance, while offering the vision of the changes deemed necessary. The “Green Paper” considers various problems and their solutions in four areas: electronic public services, electronic interaction of information and analytical systems, openness of government information and electronic tools for public participation within the state policy.
The contents of the Paper have been prepared by the Working Group on E-Governance Policy Development at the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine and the Minister of Regional Development, Construction and Communal Living of Ukraine in November – December 2014 a er extensive public debates.
The publication is intended for civil servants, representatives of the IT business, students, postgrad- uates, journalists and all those interested in development of e-governance in Ukraine.
e-Governance Academy was amongst several contributors to the publication.