The DIGIBALTIC project works with e-learning and e-government tools and services in the Baltic Sea region.
E-governance facilitates transparency and prevents corruption. For this purpose, and others, it is necessary to develop the use of e-government tools and services, not only the Baltic Sea region but also in the Eastern Partnership countries.
The DIGIBALTIC project wants to promote a solution to problems with corruption and lack of transparency. It will create an e-learning hub on e-government tools and services. The purpose of this will be training and consultancy. Moreover, it will enhance the mechanism of public-private partnerships in the IT sector, where state resources are limited. With the aim to establish the e-learning hub, academic staff and representatives of universities management will be invited to a visit at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm to study modern e-government tools and services. Also, there will be a tailor-made training for partner universities and institutions, and a seminar for lawyers, public servants, economists and IT professionals.