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GovTech practices in the EU : A glimpse into the European GovTech ecosystem, its governance, and best practices

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KUZIEMSKI, Maciej, Ines MERGEL, Peter ULRICH, Amanda MARTINEZ, 2022. GovTech practices in the EU : A glimpse into the European GovTech ecosystem, its governance, and best practices. Available under: doi: 10.2760/74735

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