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.indd 0 03/03/2013 11:49:52 page 17 The European Commission’s online public consultation (EC OPEN) is seeking feedback from consumers, businesses, public authorities and other users of ICT on the current state of e-society and on the future needs and challenges of the ICT sector. One of the most interesting topics covered by the consultation is the implementation of EU Directives concerning e-society. This latest publication is a direct follow-up to the Communication on e-Society from last year, which was designed to share the priorities of the Commission as regards promoting e-society and integrating the use of ICT. This consultation was launched on 28 February 2013 and will last until 16 June 2013. The European Commission will use the information received during the consultation to further develop their strategies and policy proposals. The European Commission is calling for information and views on the future of the digital society in Europe. It is seeking stakeholder input to help shape its strategy on a digital society for the next decade. The Commission will use this input to inform the development of its strategy for the next decade, due to be published in 2014, ahead of the 2014 EU Digital Agenda and the 2015 Work Programme. It follows a previous consultation, launched in 2011 and completed in 2012. The following fact sheet sets out the main recommendations in the main report of the Green Paper. An analysis of the responses received during the consultation provides the basis for the Commission's further consideration of these issues. E-Governance: Key recommendations of the Green Paper on e-Governance - E-Democracy and Citizen Engagement: 1. Both the public and private sectors need to recognise the need to improve their ICT infrastructure.2. They must move beyond infrastructure and design policies that are more relevant for the EU.3. New rules and the development of new technologies such as smart contracts, cloud computing and big data, must be embedded into the EU Digital Agenda.4. All public authorities, through their use of ICT and their relationships with citizens, should play a central role in the digital transformation of the EU.5. All public authorities must invest in education and training and develop knowledge management practices.6. They should introduce open data policies. The Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) - E-Democracy and Citizen Engagement: Public-Private-




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