Portugal’s Journey Towards Digital Progress
The digital transformation operated in Portugal in the past two decades has been extraordinary. It has set in motion important changes in mind-sets and the traditional culture of Portuguese administration, putting citizens at the centre. It demonstrates that countries can leapfrog digital transformation. The experience of Portugal provides many valuable insights and lessons for digital reformers seeking to accelerate their digital transition.
Does digitalisation reduce corruption?
This think piece explores the effects of specific digitalisation reforms on different types of corruption and the policy channels through which they operate. It calls for greater synergies between digital government reforms and anti-corruption strategies.
Thought-Experiment 39: Governments need a PolicyStore
Whilst the phrase there’s an “app for that” has become commonplace, it’s not entirely true - chances are there isn’t an app for the latest policies launched by your government. I mean a root and branch adoption of the value that apps-architecture offer.