ABOUT THE E-GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE
The mission of the E-Governance Institute is to explore how the internet and other information technologies (IT) have and will continue to impact on the productivity and performance of the public sector and how e-government fosters new and deeper citizen involvement within the governing process.
The Institute is committed through its work to supporting the gathering and sharing of knowledge, information and data in order to increase the understanding of how e-governance can strengthen the fundamental partnership between the public sector and the private citizen.
ABOUT THE GLOBAL E-GOVERNMENT SURVEY
The Global E-Government Survey (formerly the Digital Governance in Municipalities Worldwide Survey) evaluates the practice of digital governance in large municipalities worldwide.
This continuing research evaluates the websites of municipalities in terms of digital governance and ranks them on a global scale. Simply stated, digital governance is comprised of both digital government (delivery of public services) and digital democracy (citizen participation in governance).
Past surveys are available on an open-access basis. To view surveys, click here.
OTHER E-GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS
The E-Governance Institute shares scholarly research from NCPP partners and research team members on a range of topics pertaining to government's use of technology to improve internal functionality and public value.
Most articles are available on an open-source basis. To view resources, please click here.
GLOBAL E-GOVERNMENT SURVEY (2018-19)
The Eighth Global E-Government Survey is a collaboration between the E-Governance Institute at the National Center for Public Performance, Suffolk University, McCormack Graduate School at University of Massachusetts Boston, Yonsei University, Marist College, and Public Technology Institute. This work is supported by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF-2017S1A3A2067636).
Read the press release to learn more.