E-Estonia’s groundbreaking digitalisation presented at MonacoTech

Indrek Vimberg, representative of the Estonian Technology Information and Communication Association. Photo: Manuel Vitali/DC
Indrek Vimberg, representative of the Estonian Technology Information and Communication Association. Photo: Manuel Vitali/DC

A conference on e-Estonia, a model for e-government and e-services, was held on Friday, February 16, at MonacoTech’s premises in the presence of the Ministers of Finance and Economy, Interior, Social Affairs, Foreign Affairs, representatives of the Administration and member companies of the Monaco Economic Board.

At the invitation of the MEB, Indrek Vimberg, representative of the Estonian Association of Information and Communication Technologies, and Rein Lang, former Minister and consultant for Nortal, the company that designed most of the e-services and information systems in Estonia, gave those present an overview of the implementation of e-government.

Both have been involved in the groundbreaking digitisation of the Estonian administration and its applicability to other countries. Estonia, the smallest of the three Baltic States and a pioneer in administrative digitalisation, spoke about its early development, its implementation and the situation today.


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