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The e-Government Code (eGC), which came into force on January 1, 2006, is part of an overall strategy to transform the Public Administration from a handicap to a strength for Italy's competitiveness in the world economy. The e-Government Code aims to free Italians from numerous, out-of-date bureaucratic procedures.

The eGC represents a unique code, which, unifying all the several existing statements, along with defining new ones, will work as a "digital constitution" for all public operators in the field of ICT.

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