As part of the council's best value property management and Implementing Electronic Government (IEG) strategies, the council is introducing a series of measures such as 'hot-desking', workspace management and home working.
What does IEG stand for?
IEG stands for Implementing Electronic Government
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 64 other meanings of IEG in our Acronym Attic
- International Exotic Feline Sanctuary
- Isometric Elbow Flexor Strength
- Inland Empire Fire Safe Alliance
- Indigenous Education Foundation of Tanzania (est. 2005)
- International Education Fairs of Turkey
- International Electronic Funds Transfer
- Initial-Entry Fixed-Wing (US Army)
- International Freedom of Expression
- Imagery Exploitation Group
- Immediate Early Gene
- Industrial Engineering Group (various organizations)
- Industries Electriques et Gazières (French: Gas and Electric Industries)
- Information Exchange Group
- Information Exchange Guide
- Infrastructure Enablement Group (AMD)
- Institut für Europäische Geschichte (German: Institute of European History)
- Institute of Economic Growth (India)
- Integrated Equipment Group (US IRS)
- Interfaith Environmental Group
- International Engineering Graduate (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most recent Implementing Electronic Government (IEG) returns show that, based upon returns from all authorities in England, the average local authority is 97% e-enabled.
Solihull Council leader Ted Richards said: "Anything which ensures quality and saves money has to be worthwhile and it is also a step towards implementing electronic government targets.
Online professional license renewals are part of the state's campaign to improve efficiency by implementing electronic government services.
To streamline the process - and as part of the government's Implementing Electronic Government (IEG) targets - Crawley selected a Web-based approach and chose Stellent(R) Universal Content Management(TM) technology to help create the online planning application facility built around three main parts: a public interface, accessible through Crawley Borough Council's central Web site; the back-office processes that allow planning department staff to add documents and photographs to applications, and automate the download and check-in of scanned documents; and functionality that enables applicants and other interested parties to submit, search and track applications online.