Digital policy reports

This section provides an overview of key digital policy reports, which aim at capturing the most recent developments and trends in the field of digital public administration and interoperability at the European level.   

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eGov factsheeteGOVERNMENT FACTSHEET 10 YEARS ANNIVERSARY REPORT

The 10-year Anniversary report provides an insightful overview of the developments that took place in 34 European countries (EU27, EFTA, Republic of North Macedonia, Turkey and the United Kingdom) in the digital government and interoperability domain over a span of 10 years, ranging from 2008 to 2018. 

Covidresponse

REPORT ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONS' DIGITAL RESPONSE TO COVID-19 IN THE EU

This report focuses on the digital response to the first wave of the COVID-19 crisis in EU Member States’ public administrations by providing an overview of the digital solutions leveraged to mitigate disruption of public services. Finally, it gives an account of the main factors enabling the development and/or implementation of such digital solutions. 

semester report

EUROPEAN SEMESTER REPORT

The European Semester report assesses how the European Semester process, i.e. the cycle of EU economic and fiscal policy coordination, addresses issues related to the promotion of digital government. It is published on a yearly basis and covers all 27 EU Member States (plus the United Kingdom for the 2017-2019 editions).  

Stateofplay

REPORT ON THE STATE-OF-PLAY OF DIGITAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND INTEROPERABILITY 

This report provides a snapshot of the main developments and achievements of 36 European countries (EU27, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Montenegro, Turkey and the Republic of North Macedonia) with regards to the digitalisation of the public sector in the period 2017-2020, and the measures implemented by the European Commission to enable these countries to achieve their goals.  

Slide deck

SUMMARY SLIDE DECK

Yearly, the summary slide-deck aims at providing a country-view of the state-of-play of digital public administration and interoperability in Europe. The information provided stems from the results of the EIF Monitoring Mechanism, the main findings of the European Semester report as well as the main highlights of the Digital Public Administration factsheets.