Since the 1990s, Finland has been a leader in exploiting information and communication technology (ICT) to reinvent its economy and to reform its public administration. It has created its own path to achieving e-government based on proactive services, data sharing, open government, protection of privacy and a common vision of an information society, while preserving the fundamental values of Finnish society. It is also committed to using e-government to reform the delivery of public services, ensuring both quality and increased efficiency.
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Policy Brief: E-Government in Finland: An Assessment