● International experience of developing legislative frameworks, standards, and certification for public digital platforms.
● Antitrust regulation for digital platforms; anticompetitive practices in digital markets (“kill zone” expropriation, nascent competitors acquisition, denial of access to data).
● Methodology of the main international e-Governance assessments, indexes and their components, including:
— the World Bank GovTech Maturity Index
— the UN E-Government Development Index (the Online Services Index (OSI), the Telecommunications Infrastructure Index (TII), and the Human Capital Index (HCI))
— the ITU ICT Development Index
— Emerging Alternatives
● Repelling cyberattacks, including DDoS attacks. Cybersecurity of critical infrastructure.
● Cyber hygiene for civil servants.
● Data leaks not only can expose civil servants’ and citizens' personal information and confidential government data (e.g. plans, researches, documentation, technologies, vulnerabilities) but also often lead to cyberattacks on public institutions.
● Since human error is leaks’ primary factor, civil servants’ digital hygiene plays a crucial role in preventing government data leakage.
● Scanning for vulnerabilities in software dependencies, dependency management strategies.
● Modern approaches to the construction of data centres, data protection, and staff training. Data residency regulation.
● International state-of-the-art-solutions for data centres.
● Regulations and incentives for promoting the use of digital public services. Informal stimuli and promotion.
● International and Russian practices of digital citizens participation.
● Practices of developing data storage, transmission infrastructure, and shared systems for interdepartmental interaction.
● Regulatory frameworks for e-services integration.
● Data exploration and analysis practices, standards for staff trainings.
● Whilst all this poses significant threat to the well-being of citizens and creates barriers to tax base expansion, digital marking, e-services and systems for inspection of goods allow to enhance control and monitor safety.
— lack of parking space
— traffic congestion and road accidents
● Cost-cutting solutions, cases from African countries.
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