Publication of the 2022 Digital Public Administration Factsheets

Publication of the 2022 Digital Public Administration Factsheets

Published on: 05/09/2022
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Publication of the 2022 edition of the Digital Public Administration Factsheets

The 2022 edition of the Digital Public Administration factsheets and infographics of 35 European countries are now live on Joinup!

The factsheets are published yearly as part of Interoperable Europe, the Commission’s initiative for a reinforced interoperability policy (and successor of the ISA² programme), under the National Interoperability Framework Observatory. They represent a main source of information on the digital transformation that public administrations are currently undergoing in Europe, providing an up-to-date and detailed overview of the initiatives undertaken by 35 European countries (the EU27, the countries of the European Free Trade Association (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland), as well as Ukraine, Montenegro, Turkey, and the Republic of North Macedonia) in the digital transformation and interoperability area of public services. The Digital Public Administration factsheets are also supplementing the analysis of the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) and the eGovernment Benchmark report on the delivery of digital services, as pointed out in section 5 about Digital Public Services of DESI 2022 full report.

In addition, a dedicated factsheet for the EU focusing on all initiatives related to digital public administrations and interoperability undertaken at the European Union level is also available.

But this is not the only update!

The newly created Digital Public Administration and Interoperability at national level hub on the NIFO collection will allow the readers to get up-to-date information regarding each country’s key initiatives and responsible bodies for digital policy and interoperability.

Do not hesitate to click around to discover all the available resources!

 

What’s next?

Get ready for the upcoming publication of the 2022 edition of the State-of-play report on Digital Public Administration and interoperability, which will be published later this month.