Investigating the legal, organisational, technological and other barriers to expanding effective eGovernment services using the Internet and to define possible solutions at a European level to overcome such obstacles.

This project investigated the legal, organisational, technological and other barriers to expanding effective eGovernment services using the Internet, and defined possible solutions at a European level to overcome these obstacles.

European CommissionGov3Universidad de MurciaUniversity of Tilburg

Articles

Conference papers

  • Eynon, R. (2006) Breaking Barriers to eGovernment: Identifying the Barriers. Knowledge Society Forum: TeleCities Autumn Event, Turin, Italy, October 2006.

Presentations

Reports

  • 17 January 2008

    The EU-funded OII research project on 'Barriers to eGovernment' has identified the top barriers to successful eGovernment within the European Union, and offers organizational and legal pathways to overcoming them.

  • 16 January 2008

    An EU-funded research project on barriers to e-Government, led by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), analyses how to improve e-Government across Europe and identifies the obstacles to the creation of e-government and how these can be overcome

  • 24 August 2006

    An EU-funded research project on Barriers to eGovernment, led by the Oxford Internet Institute, has identified seven top barriers to success in eGovernment in Europe