Unpacking e-Government: What New Zealand should (and shouldn’t) learn from others

New Zealand is a proud member of D9, or Digital 9, a network of the world’s most advanced digital nations with a shared goal of harnessing digital technology and new ways of working to improve citizens’ lives. Perhaps the most famous e-success story amongst the D9 is Estonia, a small country which has shed its Soviet past and made its name with an array of bold initiatives, including 24/7 online public services, i-Voting and global digital citizenship.

But look very closely, and mind the context, as always in policy transfer, says our visitor, eminent Professor Wolfgang Drechsler. And look at paradigm leaders Singapore and Finland, not part of the D9, as well.

What should New Zealand learn, or conversely discard, from others in our journey to a digital government future?

Event details

Date: 8 October 2019

Registration & light refreshments: 12.00-12.30pm

Seminar: 12.30-1.45pm

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Venue information

  • Venue: Te Wharewhaka – Makaro Room
  • Address: Odlins Square, 2 Taranaki Street,
    Wellington

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