Contract notice: Provision of services aimed at implementing electronic government services epuap with their updating and maintenance.
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.
See other definitions of IEG
We have 64 other meanings of IEG in our Acronym Attic
- International Energy Forum Secretariat
- 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
- 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:
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.
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.
In return, every local authority has a statutory responsibility to provide a document called an Implementing Electronic Government statement.
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.