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EU: Malmö Ministerial Declaration 2009

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Published date
19 November 2009
Country
EU Institutions, , , ,
Domain
eGovernment
Languages
English, , , ,
Author
Ministers responsible for eGovernment policy of the European Union (EU) Member States, the Candidate Countries and the European Free Trade Area (EFTA)
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ePractice Editorial Team (EUROPEAN DYNAMICS SA) | Belgium
Complete title:
Ministerial Declaration on eGovernment approved unanimously at the 5th Ministerial eGovernment Conference in Malmö, Sweden

Authors:
Ministers responsible for eGovernment policy of the European Union (EU) Member States, the Candidate Countries and the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) Countries, under the chairmanship of Minister Mr Mats Odell, representing the Swedish Presidency, and in the presence of Vice President of the Commission in charge of Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-fraud, Mr Siim Kallas, on the occasion of the Ministerial eGovernment Conference 'Teaming up for the eUnion' of the Swedish Presidency, held in Malmö, Sweden, on 18 November 2009.

Description (short summary):
The declaration signed on 18 November 2009 in Malmö by the EU ministers outlines a joint forward-looking vision and defines policy priorities to be achieved by 2015. The key objectives that Member States together with the Commission aim to achieve in the next five years are:

  • to empower businesses and citizens through eGovernment services designed around users' needs, better access to information and their active involvement in the policy making process;
  • to facilitate mobility in the single market by seamless eGovernment services for setting up business, for studying, working, residing and retiring in Europe;
  • to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of government services by reducing the administrative burden, improving organisational processes of administrations and using ICT to improve energy efficiency in public administrations, which will result in a greater contribution to a sustainable low-carbon economy.

Number of pages: 6

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