Turkey's High Development Agency has approved the national
e-Government Strategy and Action Plan for the 2016-2019 period
("Strategy and Action Plan"). It aims to
enhance the efficiency of e-Government and impove society's
quality of life. The Strategy and Action Plan intends to establish
highly integrated, efficient and reliable government and public
The Strategy and Action Plan outlines four strategic aims, 13
goals to fulfill these strategic aims and 43 actions to achieve
these aims,. These all comply with the e-Government ecosystem
overview, which is identified as a strategic focus. Strategic aims
and sub-categories include:
Ensuring the Efficiency and
Sustainability of the e-Government Ecosystem
Increasing coordination efficiency
within e-Government operations
Improving the corporate
Follow-up of innovative approaches
and adopting these to the e-Government ecosystem
Adopting Common Systems For
Infrastructure and Administrative Services
Developing common IT
Developing disseminating common
solutions for e-Government services
Ensuring unity and sustainability
within administrative services information systems.
Ensuring e-Transformation in Public
Ensuring early and efficient
electronic submission of corporate information.
Enhancing industrial integration in
Increasing the maturity level of
Improving the service procurement
channels and enhancing diversity.
Increasing Use, Participation and
Increasing the use of e-Government
Increasing use areas for open
The Strategy and Action Plan was published in Official Gazette
number 29775 (second duplicate) on 19 July 2016. Please see this link for full text (only available in
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