OECD e-Government Studies: Egypt 2013
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OECD e-Government Studies: Egypt 2013

This  report analyses e-government implementation in Egypt and presents a series of recommendations for action.

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New ways forward

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This chapter takes its point of departure in the potential for better government brought about by the 25 January Revolution. Egypt is faced with high demands, great opportunities, as well as significant challenges to improve the openness and inclusion of its public sector and strengthen its democratic practices. The use of ICTs for a more open government holds enabling potential in this regard. This chapter presents good practices regarding the use of ICTs to foster openness, transparency and democracy, although it does not include comprehensive policy assessments within those areas.
 
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