E-Government development strategies in the Eastern Partnership countries
The article aims to outline the role of e-democracy within the setting of the Eastern Partnership program. The article provides the comparative review of E-Government progress in six EaP countries in 2009 – 2016. The E-Government sensitive data of international ratings is analyzed with the special focus on participative aspects. The existing differences of E-Government strategies between the Eastern Partnerships countries are analyzed with the special focus on e-participate. The e-participate differences in the development of the countries are pointed out in terms of e-democracy development. The cognitive model of integrating e-democracy components into the socio-technical system of e-government is proposed.
Article DOI : 10.5958/2347-6869.2017.00007.3
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