Government digital transformation projects are initiatives undertaken by public sector entities to integrate digital technologies into all areas of their operations, fundamentally changing how they deliver services, interact with citizens, and achieve greater efficiency, transparency, and accessibility.
A la fois laboratoire d’innovation publique, équipe d’experts pluridisciplinaires, centre de ressource et de formation, réseau dédié à l’innovation - le Lieu de la Transformation Publique propose, depuis 2019, un accompagnement sur mesure aux porteurs de projets engagés dans une démarche de transformation.
La direction interministérielle de la transformation publique (DITP) pilote le programme de transformation publique défini par le Gouvernement pour une action publique plus proche, plus simple et plus efficace. L’objectif : améliorer concrètement la vie des Français et des agents publics.
The European Commission's country-by-country factsheets containing "the most recent developments that the public administrations of 35 European countries have undergone in 2022. Additionally, a dedicated factsheet for the EU which focuses on all the matters related to digital public administration and interoperability at the European Union level is also available."
The bill’s sponsor, Representative Ro Khanna, summed it up by saying, “Government exists to serve citizens, and this bill ensures government leverages available technology to provide cohesive, user-friendly online service that people around this country expect and deserve.”
Secretary Blinken established the office as part of the wider modernization agenda because the constellation of critical and emerging technologies reshaping the world is now an integral part of the conduct of U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy.
Leveraging digital data in ways that advance your mission and respect the rights of the people you serve is a core capacity of foundations and nonprofits in the 21st century. That’s why the Digital Civil Society Lab at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society created the Digital Impact Toolkit—to support civil society organizations in using digital data ethically, safely, and effectively.
A magazine established to provide people working in politics and the industry of Democracy Technologies with in-depth information about new developments and technologies in the field of digital participation and deliberation, electronic voting, and other digital tools that improve political organisations.
The Digital Assessment Tool (DAT) is a free web-based application that helps nonprofit organizations assess their technology needs and understand their digital capabilities. It provides customized recommendations and tools to manage the digital transformation journey.
Law requiring digitization of German government. Die Interaktion zwischen Bürgerinnen, Bürgern und Unternehmen mit der Verwaltung soll in Zukunft deutlich schneller, effizienter und nutzerfreundlicher werden.
This Code for Canada case study underscores what is possible when it comes to onboarding and implementing digital talent in government. It reviews the experience of four cohorts of Code for Canada Fellows and outlines opportunities and actions governments should consider to improve their exposure and efficacy in recruiting and retaining the talent needed to make digital government happen.
The Government of Canada must embrace new methods and tools to improve how it designs, builds, and delivers services.
The Canadian Digital Service (CDS) is bringing together the skills and expertise needed to accelerate this change.
As an office within the General Services Administration, we know how to work with government. Partner with 18F to deliver projects that fulfill federal rules, stay within budget, and provide excellent value to the public.
Vilsquare strives to achieve digital transformation in different communities across Nigeria and all Africa, through use of open science technologies and methodologies. Their biggest success so far is Voltschool, a digital stem education scaled across 9 countries, which has helped over 7,000 kids learn effectively from home.
The Digital Government Blueprint (DGB) is a statement of the Government’s ambition to better leverage data and harness new technologies, and to drive broader efforts to build a digital economy and digital society, in support of Smart Nation.