The e-Governance Academy (eGA) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, founded for the creation and transfer of knowledge concerning e-governance, e-democracy and the development of civil society.

Local e-Government

As developments of e-government on local level play important role in the general development of e-administration and e-democracy of the whole country, e-governance Academy has worked out special program for launching and coordinating projects for local governments...


e-Democracy is a wider research direction for our e-Governance Academy. We are developing a 2-3 days introductory course on different aspects of e-democracy and work together with our partners on different e-democracy topics... 

Central e-Government

Our central e-Governance programme is focusing on awareness-rising among politicians and central government decision makers on most important and non-technological issues e-Gov. policies, motivation aspects of eService implementation, management and planning, legal and fiscal frameworks, interoperability and change management.

ICT in Education

The program area aims at initiating and stimulating the modernization of educational systems in eGA target countries with the introduction of modern information and communication technologies (ICTs) in general education as well as basic and vocational education...



An overview of the activities of the e-Governance Academy has revealed that the academy assisted 26 countries in adopting e-state solutions in 2014. CEO Arvo Ott says that the largest-scale development took place in Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan and Palestine, while far-flung territories that showed an interest in the e-state included the Faroe Islands and the even more exotic India and Bhutan.
16. Feb 2015 13:07
E-governance has made a leap forward in Armenia thanks to the two years’ work of the e-Governance Academy and 1.5 million euros contributed by the European Union. This has resulted in the Armenian government acquiring new electronic tools for combating corruption and communicating with the general public.
4. Feb 2015 00:22