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1 Breaking Barriers to eGovernment European University Institute Florence Christian Lister X-Press Legal Services

2 Major Barriers The Seven Major Barriers to eGovernment 1 – Leadership Failures 2 – Financial Inhibitors 3 – Digital Divides and Choices 4 – Poor Coordination 5 – Inflexibility 6 – Poor Technical Design 7 – Lack of Trust

3 Legal Aspects Laws and Regulations can either facilitate or block progressiveness. Administrative Law - creates legal ambiguities and obstacles PSI Re-use raises complex legal issues when interlaced with jurisdictional contexts FOI and EIR should allow greater access, but fail due to lack of transparency

4 Public Sector Information Passive Administration has created data request denials, which has created an in-pass between PSIH and PSI Re-users. PSIH use Passive Administration to set high access and re-use fees to discourage requests. PSI Re-users become despondent and a lack of trust develops. Question – should Government intervene when Leadership Failures are discovered?

5 Commercial Problems and Academic Solutions The Academic Solutions Framework is behind the advances of the modern PSI Re-user PSI Directives are used as a ‘solution’ and do not take into account discriminations, passive administration, unfair competition, charging and access – all of the ‘real-time’ issues we face today. Solutions to our PSI issues will have to come from within the PSI Industry.

6 Engaging Academia Rob Davies (ePSIplus) and X-Press Legal Services to engage with Facultes Universitaries Notre-Dame De La Paix to share ‘data’, experiences and create a new level of understanding X-Press Legal Services will share ‘data’ with the European Commission eGovernment & CIP Operations including Information Society and Media Directorate-General

7 The Future The future is clear – The private sector has to share current problems with the Doctors, Ph. D’s and European Law Experts Greater knowledge exchange will educate the educators A unified approach from Academia and the private sector will stop passive administration

8 Christian Lister Operations Director X-Press Legal Services (Group)


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