e-Devlet ve Avrupa Birliği

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İÇİNDEKİLER

Bölüm 1: Avrupa Birliği E-Devlet Raporları

Bölüm 2: AB Politika Belgeleri ve Diğer Periyodik AB Raporları

Bölüm 3: Avrupa Birliği – E-Devlet “Birlikte Çalışabilirlik” Çalışmaları

Bölüm 4: Avrupa Birliği – Büyük Ölçekli E-Devlet Projeleri (Large Scale Projects – LSP)

Avrupa Birliği E-Devlet Raporları

EU European Union 2016 Analysis of eGovernment Services

2016-Analysis of the Value of New Generation of eGovernment Services and How Can the Public Sector Become an Agent of Innovation through ICT – FINAL REPORT

The current social, economic and technological developments are leading towards the emergence of a new generation of eGovernment Services, defined within the scope of the study as Open eGovernment Services (OGS). Such OGS are open, collaborative and digital based services characterised by a deliberate, declared and purposeful effort to increase openness and collaboration through technology in order to deliver increased public value. These open, collaborative and co-production features exist in all phases of the design, deployment, implementation and delivery of the service. In this regard the objective of the study was to better understand what OGS are, what is their value for society and how the public sector should innovate to foster their use and maximize their impact on society.


Rapor:  Analysis of eGovernment Services

Tarih: 2016

2016 eGovernment in the European Union

2016-eGovernment  in the European Union

This document is meant to present an overview of the eGoverment status in this country and not to be exhaustive in its references and analysis. Even though every possible care has been taken by the authors to refer to and use valid data from authentic sources, the European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the included information, nor does it accept any responsibility for any use thereof.


Rapor:  eGovernment in the European Union

Tarih: 2016

2016 EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020

2016 EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020

eGovernment supports administrative processes, improves the quality of the services and increases internal public sector efficiency. Digital public services reduce administrative burden on businesses and citizens by making their interactions with public administrations faster and efficient, more convenient and transparent, and less costly. In addition, using digital technologies as an integrated part of governments’ modernisation strategies can unlock further economic and social benefits for society as a whole. The digital transformation of government is a key element to the success of the Single Market.

The eGovernment Action Plans have been political instruments to advance the modernisation of public administrations across the European Union. They have been supporting coordination and collaboration between Member States and the Commission and led to joint actions on eGovernment.


Rapor: EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020

Tarih: 2016

2015 ReSPA – eGovernment Analysis: From E-Government to Open Government

2015 ReSPA – eGovernment Analysis: From E-Government to Open Government

Over the last year ReSPA has, together with its E-Government Network members and respective regional and international experts, identified the need to follow up the comparative analysis on a regional level devoted to e-government in the Western Balkan region published in 2013 with an update that builds upon this baseline and further extends it to examine how the basics of e- government can lead to building open governments. The idea evolved directly from the need to support the current process and trends in Europe to learn about e-government and open government, especially about the potentials, weaknesses/bottlenecks and future development in the region. In the light of EU cooperation, the structure of the study reflects European good practice and moves the focus on to also look at good governance and the public administration reform process. Therefore, in this new regional comparative study, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo* are in focus. Much effort has been invested to highlight success, examine the lessons learnt and identify both past and current challenges faced by both e-government and open government in the Western Balkans. The most important features of this regional comparative study are the examination of the state of the art of e-government in the region in 2015, to examine progress since 2012, and to in addition to look at progress towards open government. Particular focus is on processes and outcomes, including the provision of information, service delivery, and the interaction between government, citizens, businesses, civil society and private companies. The new issues examined include open government data, cloud computing, Public Private Partnerships and Public Civil, Partnerships.


Rapor: ReSPA – eGovernment Analysis: From E-Government to Open Government

Tarih: 2015

ReSPA: Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA is a joint Initiative of European Union and the Western Balkan countries working towards fostering and strengthening the regional cooperation in the field of public administration among its Member States)

2015 EPRS – eGovernment: Using Technology to Improve Public Services and Democratic Participation

2015 EPRS – eGovernment: Using Technology to Improve Public Services and Democratic Participation

eGovernment refers to efforts by public authorities to use information and communication technologies (ICTs) to improve public services and increase democratic participation. eGovernment aims to improve government efficiency through the reduced cost of electronic information management and communications, the reorganisation of government agencies and the reduction of administrative silos of information. Even more importantly, it can reduce administrative burdens on citizens and businesses by making their interactions with public authorities faster, more convenient and less costly, thereby spurring competitiveness and economic growth. More recently, open data and collaboration with third parties has offered governments new insights into issues and possible new services. In addition, the opportunities that eGovernment provides for citizens to dialogue with public authorities (to suggest, comment on and influence policies and policy agendas) can increase transparency and foster greater participation in democratic public life.

Much of the responsibility for implementing eGovernment practices rests with EU Member States. However the EU has a role to play in encouraging the exchange of best practices and technologies amongst Member States. Citizens who exercise their right to work or live in other Member States, as well as businesses that provide services across the EU, need to interact with governments in other countries. Ensuring efficient and effective cross-border services, including the interoperability needed to provide those services, is crucial to ensuring an efficient and effective single market. EU institutions themselves also communicate with citizens, businesses and Member States and need to make efforts to ensure that they make best use of ICTs in doing so.


Rapor: EPRS – eGovernment: Using Technology to Improve Public Services and Democratic Participation

Tarih: 2015

EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service

2014 – Digital Minds for a New Europe

2014 – Digital Minds for a New Europe

First of all, I would like to express my intense gratitude to all the “digital minds” who have shared in such a generous way their inspiring visions to “boost a new digital Europe.” It is impressive what has been accomplished within a short period of time. To me, the variety of articles – a product of crowdsourcing – show the recognition of Europe’s potential, and even more so the ambition, dedication and commitment to making change possible. That is the one area everyone agrees on: Europe needs to change and is able to do it! The vision and energy is there. Now we have to make it happen.

It is essential to understand where we are coming from, to grasp the situation in which we find ourselves in today. Only about a century ago, the world was at the beginning of what we now see as “global connectivity.” Through the adaptation of new technologies being converted into cars, film, telephone, photography, radio and airplanes, different ideas, cultures, landscapes, visions and knowledge were spread faster and with greater impact than ever before. Would the First World War have left such a lasting impression and scar on the history of civilisation without the media? Would Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech have had the same impact on society without radio, film and television? Would Malala Yousafzai have been able to really fight for education for girls if she hadn’t been able to travel or use social media? Would we be able to take classes at Harvard while sitting behind a computer in Rome? Just consider the fact that algorithms in search engines display and combine endless sources of information to everyone.


Rapor: Digital Minds for a New Europe

Tarih: 2014

2013 Open Data Access Policies and Strategies in European Research Area and Beyond

2013 Open Data Access Policies and Strategies in European Research Area and Beyond

This report examines policies and strategies towards open access (OA) of scientific data in the European Research Area (ERA), Brazil, Canada, Japan and the US from 2000 onwards. The analysis examines strategies that aim to foster OA scientific data—such as the types of incentives given at the researcher and institutional levels and the level of compliance by researchers and funded organisations—and also examines how, and whether, these policies are monitored and enforced. The infrastructures developed to store and share OA scientific data are also examined. The analysis is supported by findings from the literature on the global progression of OA scientific data since 2000—including its growth as a segment of scholarly publishing—as well as some of the broader trends, themes and debates that have emerged from the movement.
Governmental OA Scientific Data Strategies
Governments produce and own large datasets. To date, most national open data policies primarily target these datasets—which are not necessarily generated through scientific research but may be used for research—rather than scientific data at large.

The importance of comprehensive OA policies was recognised in 2004 by the Ministers of Science and Technology of the then 30 OECD countries, and of China, Israel, Russia, and South Africa. Governments may reap important economic benefits from the release of OA scientific data, such as through economic growth and job creation deriving from innovation, and through better informed policy and research.


Rapor:Open Data Access Policies and Strategies in European Research Area and Beyond 

Tarih: 2013

2012 European Union Cloud Strategy: Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe

2012 European Union Cloud Strategy: Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe

‘Cloud computing’ in simplified terms can be understood as the storing, processing and use of data on remotely located computers accessed over the internet. This means that users can command almost unlimited computing power on demand, that they do not have to make major capital investments to fulfil their needs and that they can get to their data from anywhere with an internet connection. Cloud computing has the potential to slash users’ IT expenditure and to enable many new services to be developed. Using the cloud, even the smallest firms can reach out to ever larger markets while governments can make their services more attractive and efficient even while reining in spending.

Where the World Wide Web makes information available everywhere and to anyone, cloud computing makes computing power available everywhere and to anyone. Like the web, cloud computing is a technological development that has been ongoing for some time and will continue to develop. Unlike the web, cloud computing is still at a comparatively early stage, giving Europe a chance to act to ensure being at the forefront of its further development and to benefit on both demand and supply side through wide-spread cloud use and cloud provision.


Rapor: European Union Cloud Strategy: Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe

Tarih: 2012

2010 Europe’s Digital Competitiveness Report

2010 Europe’s Digital Competitiveness Report

The Digital Competitiveness Report analyses recent developments in important policy areas of the European information society and provides a signifi cant evidence base for the European Digital Agenda — the European Commission’s policy framework in the digital area and one of Europe 2020’s fl agships ( 1 ). Europe 2020, the new economic strategy for Europe, identifi es Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as one of the key drivers for the smart, sustainable growth necessary to lead Europe out of the crisis.

Th is year’s report focuses on signifi cant developments in the area of broadband, use of internet services and eCommerce, the digital divide, online public services, the economic impact of ICT and the ICT sector. The report benchmarks the relative performance of the EU Member States, where possible compared with other major non-European economies such as the US, Japan and Korea.


Rapor: Europe’s Digital Competitiveness Report

Tarih: 2010

2004 European Interoperability Framework (EIF)

2004 European Interoperability Framework (EIF)

In June 2002, European heads of state adopted the eEurope Action Plan 2005 at the Seville summit. It calls on the European Commission “to issue an agreed interoperability framework to support the delivery of pan-European eGovernment services to citizens and enterprises”. This framework would address information content and recommend technical policies and specifications to help connect public administration information systems across the EU. The Action Plan also stipulated that the Framework would “be based on open standards and encourage the use of open source software”.

The present document establishes the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) to support the pan-European delivery of electronic government services. In particular, it will be the reference document on interoperability for the IDABC programme 2 .The document represents the highest-ranking module of a comprehensive methodological tool kit for implementing pan-European eGovernment services. It will be further developed parallel to the progress and the emerging requirements of pan-European infrastructures and services.


Rapor: European Interoperability Framework

Tarih: 2004

Avrupa Birliği – Türkiye e-Devlet Ölçümleme Raporları

2018 E-Government in Turkey

2018 E-Government in Turkey

2018 E-Government in Turkey

  • Country Profile
  • eGovernment Highlights
  • eGovernment Strategy
  • eGovernment Legal Framework
  • eGovernment Actors
  • eGovernment Infrastructure
  • eGovernment Services for Citizens
  • eGovernment Services for Businesses
This document is meant to present an overview of the eGoverment status in this country and not to be exhaustive in its
references and analysis. Even though every possible care has been taken by the authors to refer to and use valid data
from authentic sources, the European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the included information, nor
does it accept any responsibility for any use thereof.

Rapor: E-Government in Turkey

Tarih: 2018

2017 E-Government in Turkey

2017 E-Government in Turkey

2017 E-Government in Turkey

  • Country Profile
    • Political Strcuture
    • Information Society Indicators
    • eGovernment State of Play
  • Recent Developments
  • Strategy
  • Legal Framework
  • Actors
  • Who’s Who
  • Infrastructure
  • Services for Citizens
  • Services for Businesses

This document is meant to present an overview of the eGoverment status in this country and not to be exhaustive in its references and analysis. Even though every possible care has been taken by the authors to refer to and use valid data from authentic sources, the European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the included information, nor does it accept any responsibility for any use thereof.


Rapor: E-Government in Turkey

Tarih: 2017

2016 E-Government in Turkey

2016 E-Government in Turkey

2016 E-Government in Turkey

  • Country Profile
    • Political Strcuture
    • Information Society Indicators
    • eGovernment State of Play
  • Recent Developments
  • Strategy
  • Legal Framework
  • Actors
  • Who’s Who
  • Infrastructure
  • Services for Citizens
  • Services for Businesses

This document is meant to present an overview of the eGoverment status in this country and not to be exhaustive in its references and analysis. Even though every possible care has been taken by the authors to refer to and use valid data from authentic sources, the European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the included information, nor does it accept any responsibility for any use thereof.


Rapor: E-Government in Turkey

Tarih: 2016

2015 E-Government in Turkey

2015 E-Government in Turkey

2015 E-Government in Turkey

  • Country Profile
    • Political Strcuture
    • Information Society Indicators
    • eGovernment State of Play
  • Recent Developments
  • Strategy
  • Legal Framework
  • Actors
  • Who’s Who
  • Infrastructure
  • Services for Citizens
  • Services for Businesses

This document is meant to present an overview of the eGoverment status in this country and not to be exhaustive in its references and analysis. Even though every possible care has been taken by the authors to refer to and use valid data from authentic sources, the European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the included information, nor does it accept any responsibility for any use thereof.


Rapor: E-Government in Turkey

Tarih: 2015

2014 E-Government in Turkey

2014 E-Government in Turkey

2014 E-Government in Turkey

  • Country Profile
    • Political Strcuture
    • Information Society Indicators
    • eGovernment State of Play
  • Recent Developments
  • Strategy
  • Legal Framework
  • Actors
  • Who’s Who
  • Infrastructure
  • Services for Citizens
  • Services for Businesses

This document is meant to present an overview of the eGoverment status in this country and not to be exhaustive in its references and analysis. Even though every possible care has been taken by the authors to refer to and use valid data from authentic sources, the European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the included information, nor does it accept any responsibility for any use thereof.


Rapor: E-Government in Turkey

Tarih: 2014

AB Politika Belgeleri ve Diğer Periyodik AB Raporları

AB ile uyum süreci çerçevesi dikkate alınarak tasarlanan bir çok e-Devlet projesi ve ayrıca AB LSP (Large Scale Project – Büyük Ölçekli Proje) çalışmalarındaki Türkiye-AB işbirliği bakımından önemi sebebiyle, aşağıdaki AB belgeleri (ilerleme raporları v.d.) sunulmuştur.

AK – Türkiye İlerleme Raporları ve Ulusal Programlar
(EC – Turkey Progress Reports & National Programs) Genişleme Strateji Belgeleri
(EU Enlargement Policy Documents)

Katılım Ortaklığı Belgeleri

Ortaklık Konseyi Kararları

Politika Belgeleri ve Stratejiler

Avrupa Inovasyon Gösterge Raporları

Avrupa Birliği – E-Devlet “Birlikte Çalışabilirlik” Çalışmaları

Özellikle e-Devlet projelerinin sınır ötesi uygulamalarına yönelik olarak, üye devletler arasında birlikte çalışabilirliğin standartlarını, modelini ve araçlarını oluşturmak üzere başlayan EIF (European Interoperability Framework) ve ISA / ISA2 / ISABC (Interoperability solutions for Public Administrations, Businesses and Citizens) Programları çerçevesindeki raporlar, sözlükler ve ilgili dokümanlar ile bağlantılar burada yer almaktadır.

EIF / ISA / ISA2 / EIRA

Raporlar

Sunumlar

Temel Sözlükler (Core Vocabularies)

Avrupa Birliği – Büyük Ölçekli E-Devlet Projeleri (Large Scale Projects – LSP)

e-CODEX

e-Justice Communicaton via Online Data Exchange

Proje Sayfasına Git

epSOS

European Patients Smart Open Services

Proje Sayfasına Git

Stork 2.0

Secure Identity Accross Borders Linked

Proje Sayfasına Git

SPOCS

Simple Procedures Online
for
Cross-border Services Proje Sayfasına Git

PEPPOL

Pan-European
Public Procurement
Online Proje Sayfasına Git

e-SENS

Electronic Simple European Networked Services

Proje Sayfasına Git