The European Journal of ePractice yesterday published its second issue on "New e-ways of doing the Government's job" with some case studies that show Administrations are willing to experiment. From interoperability, to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) via online portals to bridging the digital gap, public actors take home important insights every day thanks to e-Government applications and services. The second issue of this journal includes topics of interest in e-Government such as:
- Interoperability and the exchange of good practice cases
- Using online auctions to sell surplus property
- Some best practices in e-Government
- Using RFID in healthcare organizations
- Example of a city library trying to bridge the digital divide
For more information on the European Journal of ePractice as part of ePractice.eu, an interactive initiative created by the European Commission, click here.