Forschungsinstitut Technologie und Behinderung Project eGovMoNet





Project eGovMoNet

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eGovernment Monitor Network (eGovMoNet)

Short description

The thematic network eGovMoNet will establish a community to review national eGovernment measurement frameworks. We will focus on streamlining the efforts across Europe to improve quality and comparability of results.

Description of work

The eGovernment Monitor Network will create a broad and sustainable community across academia, industry, and pubic agencies, to stimulate and support development, implementation, identification, and re-use of good practices in eGovernment impact and user satisfaction measurement frameworks and tools.

The main feature of the project are:

  • Raise the awareness and stimulate uptake of eGovernment impact and user satisfaction measurements.
  • Contribute to harmonisation and quality of measurement frameworks.
  • Establish a clear baseline on the state of the art in eGovernment impact and user satisfaction measurement, including both methods and tools.

A more detailed project description can be found at

Focus of FTB

  • accessibility of eGovernment services
  • dissemination

Contact persons at FTB

  • Dr.-Ing. Helmut Heck (head of FTB development centre)
  • Dipl.-Math. Annika Nietzio


Project partner

  • University of Agder, Norway (Coordinator)
  • 35 partners from 13 countries: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Spain and United Kingdom

Project data

  • Duration: 5/2008 - 4/2010
  • Funding: co-funded by the European Commission within the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) under the contract number 224998.