Economic Policy Institute Presented its 2020 Digital Governance Performance Index of Bulgaria’s 27 Largest Municipalities; Talk by Dr. Aroon Manoharan
“Your municipality is waiting for you online” implemented by the Economic Policy Institute in partnership with NCPP E-governance Institute
E-Governance Approaches at the Local Level: A Case Study in Best Practice
In the fall of 2009, the city of Prague set out to conduct a critical analysis of its overall performance by closely examining the performance of the city's districts. In conjunction with the E-Governance Institute at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, and the Public Technology Institute in Washington D.C., a quantitative survey of all 22 administrative districts' e-governance and online presence was conducted. Guided by the survey results, qualitative case studies of the top five performing districts were carried out in January 2010. The underlying
goal of this research project is to further improve e-governance in Prague and foster a greater understanding of successful digital government initiatives. The findings of the survey and the case studies are presented, and key findings in the case studies are highlighted.