Press Release : Special Lecture on “e-Governance” by Managing Director of e-Estonia Showroom, Republic of Estonia  news3

Press Release : Special Lecture on “e-Governance” by Managing Director of e-Estonia Showroom, Republic of Estonia

On 19 September 2017, the Department of European Affairs and the Devawongse Varopakarn Institute of Foreign Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs along with the Royal Thai Embassy in Helsinki co-organized the Special Lecture on “e-Governance” by Ms. Anna Piperal, Managing Director of e-Estonia Showroom, Republic of Estonia, a topic which is of great interest to Thailand as the country is implementing the “Thailand 4.0” policy designed to enhance its economic competitiveness.
 
The Estonian government, under the “e-Estonia” policy, aims to enhance the nation’s competitiveness and improve the efficiency and accessibility of public services through IT and e-Governance system. With this system, the public and private sector can quickly exchange data through peer-to-peer network. In case of security breaches, the data’s owner can immediately block unwanted access and the Block Chain technology will secure the data transaction. Today, e-Governance has become a part of Estonian’s daily life. With a single Estonian ID-card, Estonian people can access the various kind of public services, such as healthcare, education, taxation, and voting from anywhere in the world.