DiGreen Handbook of DIGITAL good Practice: Solutions for cities and municipalities

Franziska Cecon (Editor), Peter Decarli (Editor), A Avram, George Cornel Dumitrescu (Editor), Silvia Ručinská (Editor), Josef Johann Bernhart, A Drăgoi, M Fečko, M Gramaticu, Melanie Gross, Davide Maffei, D Mitrică, T Ortner, S Poladian, Kurt Promberger, D Prüller, S Rodino

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Abstract

The DiGreen Handbook of DIGITAL good Practice is the result of the project Digital Government for Green Municipalities and Cities - DiGreen. The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.The handbook of DIGITAL good practice presents good examples of providing public services using digital means and ICT tools. The text of the handbook is written in a clear, non-technical language, accessible to the general public, in order to be user-friendly and easy to understand and apply for practitioners. The digitally provided public services present ways to rationalise the provision of competencies that the municipalities and cities have, to engage inhabitants in governance, to enhance the provision of public services qualitatively, to base public policymaking on evidence and to take transparency and openness into consideration when providing public services.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBozen
PublisherEurac Research
Number of pages138
ISBN (Electronic) 9788898857869
ISBN (Print)9788898857883
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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