This year’s edition: Unlocking Digital Success cast light on the crucial areas essential in unlocking digital success enriched with insights from eGA’s Senior Experts. As countries form and implement their digital strategies, this publication identifies and highlights the key areas to focus on.
Also, the Yearbook showcases projects that complement eGA’s expertise and lessons learned, highlighting the outcomes of our collaboration with partners and donors across the globe. We invite you to discover the impactful projects in your country by exploring the Yearbook.
For the first time, the Yearbook covers eGA activities by region. Throughout 2023 – 2024, eGA’s main focus has been and still is on African countries, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, and the Western Balkans. eGA experts are glad to share updates on digital developments and their significant contribution towards fostering a digital society.
In 2023, the NCSI underwent a huge upgrade by launching the new methodology 3.0. A special article by Radu Serrano highlights the updates ensuring that the NCSI continues to be the most consistent and transparent live index in cybersecurity.
Additionally, we provide you with the most insightful Digital Government Podcast talks 2023 with e-Governance Academy’s Senior Experts. These conversations shed light on the past and future of digital transformation from various aspects such as digital skills development, change management, technology selection, cyber resilience and protection, and citizen engagement approaches.
One of the highlights of this year is eGA’s annual e-Governance Conference. Kristina Mänd, the Programme Director, offers an overview of what to expect from the 10th event.
In keeping with tradition, the annual overview presents this year’s highlights and a concise summary of our main achievements. Additionally, readers will find detailed statistical data on eGA’s operations and a thorough overview of the organisation within this publication.
Last but not least, the Yearbook culminates with an exclusive interview with Liia Hänni, a former Senior Expert, Minister, and a pioneer of i-voting best practices and known as the “mother” of the Estonian constitution. As she retires, after twenty years with eGA, Liia’s profound impact on promoting e-democracy worldwide and her lessons learned are a bar of pure gold.
The Yearbook is compiled by the joint efforts of eGA Senior Experts and partners, including Hannes Astok, Oleh Burba, Riina Kallas, Annela Kiirats, Marit Lani, Tõnis Mäe, Kristina Mänd, Elsa Neeme, Arvo Ott, Federico Plantera, Birgit Podelsky, Piret Saartee, Milan Sekuloski, Radu Serrano, Anu Vahtra-Hellat, Heiko Vainsalu, and Anton Yermakov.
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