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eGovernment - European Challenges for Public Administration in EU Member States and Partner Countries eGovEU+

Project No: 620033-EPP-1-2020-1-PL-EPPJMO-MODULE
Duration: 15 September 2020 – 14 September 2023

The aim of the project is to promote and improve knowledge about the implementation of eGovernment in Europe among undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of law and administration, who acquire only general knowledge about the functioning of the European Union and its law. These activities are directed in particular to students who intend to work in public administration (teaching). Another aim of the project is to conduct activities popularising knowledge about eGovernment addressed to public administration employees who use new technologies in their everyday work (practice). The project is also a unique opportunity for young scientists - PhD students and undergraduates - to present and discuss during conferences the results of their research with professors of law and economics and practitioners. The conferences are intended to provide a forum for discussing best practices on digitalization of administration in EU partner countries, thanks to cooperation with universities in Serbia, North Macedonia, Ukraine, Moldova and Albania (research).

Activities carried out in the framework of the project:

  1. A specialised teaching course: E-government as a European challenge for public administration in Poland covering the following topics: European public administration in the digital age, electronic access to public sector information; the impact of e-Government on the economy and public management; e-customs; e-procurement; e-Government and its implications for data privacy; digital public services; digitisation of administrative proceedings; e-Government supporting the single European market; e-mediation in administrative cases; e-Government and cyber security.

  2. Annual Conferences on eGovernment

    2021 - "eGovernment. Efficient, accountable and open public administration in the European Union "

    2022 - " eGovernment. Citizen-centred administration in the European Union"

    2023 - " eGovernment. Challenges for digital public services in the European Union".

  3. Publishing three monographs available online in open access – Jean Monnet's Research Papers.

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