eGovernance: Changing Times Need a Change in Approach

The success of e-Government and e-Democracy lies in the development of an overall strategy bridging public institutions, international institutions, governments, regional and local authorities, universities, research centers, think tanks, civil society and political leaders with technology actors for a better use of ICT tools towards the advancement of modern public governance and democracy.

A change anticipator and concepts developer is dedicated to promote novel concepts and innovation empowering the different stakeholders in a citizen-driven digital world, as well as support the development of effective strategies, policies and share of best practices in the domains of e-Politics, e-Democracy, e-Diplomacy, e-Citizenship, e-Governance and e-Government.

A vision for politics and governance in Cyberspace is based on Interactivity and Citizen Relationship Management (CiRM) targeting political interactions and public services in our modern democratic societies.

Be dedicated to reinvent modern politics and governance by empowering the different stakeholders in a “citizen-driven” digital world, as well as support innovation and the development of effective strategies, policies and share of best practices in the domains of e-Politics, e-Democracy, e-Diplomacy, e-Citizenship, e-Governance and e-Government.

It sees sustainability, interactivity, collaboration and novel ICT concepts responding to the present and future needs of public, political and civil actors, as key for an effective and “citizen-centered” e-Strategy for digital public governance and democracy.