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e-Governance Academy Newsletter 2/2016

In this issue we are glad to share our latest activities in the field of e-governance. We are proud to present our cooperation with the Secure Identity Alliance in developing digital identity all over the world. We are convinced that digital identity is one of the cornerstones of e-governance. What are the other and how e-governance works in reality, you may examine in our guide “e-Governance in Practice” and in the video of interoperability system X-road. Useful conclusions and lessons learned are shared in the project case study of implementation e-governance initiatives in Ukraine local governments. 

Enjoy the read!

Arvo Ott
Executive Director

Let’s develop digital identity all over the world! eGA has joined the Secure Identity Alliance (SIA), a global identity and secure e-Services advisory body as an Advisory Observer to share Estonian expertise on digital identity development and provision of secure e-services for citizens and e-residents. Read more
e-Governance in Practice  The guide “e-Governance in Practice” presents fundamental aspects of Estonian digital success and explains how state-level technologies, legislation and management systems support electronic governance. Read more
Cooperation with Cayman Islands continues  The goal of the cooperation is to digitize the government systems and to consult on development of the interoperability framework. Read more
Lessons learned from implementing local e-government initiatives in Ukraine Our project case study provides a quick overview of main outputs, challenges faced and lessons learned from implementing local e-government initiatives in Ukraine. Read more
I went to Estonia, and saw the future Impressions of study visit to Estonia. By Chris Fabian. Read more e-Governance  - it's about the documents circling around insted of people  Georgian journalist Jana Israelian writes in Digital Report about Estonian e-gov journey and what could be the takeaways from it for Georgia. (In Russian) Read more
eGA in 2015 timelineWe have published an overview of Year 2015 activities and highlights. Take a look!
 
Estonia published the source code of the X-Road Read more
How does Estonian e-government work? Take your time to check it out! 
Good news Kyrgyztan government plans to develop 25 e-services based on the prototype of Estonian interoperability system X-road. (In Russian) Read more EU e-government report: countries should follow in Estonia’s footsteps
10 notable people who are e-residents of Estonia

Trainings and visits
12 – 19 October -  study tour on e-Government solutions for Kenyan county officials 
17 - 20 October - second study visit in cooperation with International Republican Institute (IRI) was provided for representatives of NGO
13 October  - visit of Japanese healthcare officials
26 – 30 September – study visit of a delegation from the Netherlands.
13 September – visit of the Scottish Government Digital Directorate’s delegation headed by Digital Director Mike Neilson 
12 September  - visit of the Indian IT Minister Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad
7 – 10 September – study training of Cyprian ID-experts
29 August - 1 September  - study tour for UNICEF delegation of New York’s head office
25 August – visit of the Electronic Government Agency (EGA) of Thailand
22 – 26 August - study tour for Armenian and Georgian delegates on e-governance on regional and local level 
15 – 21 August - study tour of the representatives of Cabinet Office of Ghana
8 – 12 August - first study visit in cooperation with International Republican Institute (IRI) was provided for 22 high-level officials from Georgia, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine
4 – 8 July – e-Health study visit for delegation of Gabon   
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