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The Public Governance Programme of the OECD Korea Policy Centre

Since its launch in 2005, the Public Governance Programme of the OECD Korea Policy Centre (KPC) has been providing capacity-building assistance to countries in the Asia-Pacific region through its Capacity Building Programme (CBP). Since 2019, the CBP has benefited from the close collaboration between the KPC and the OECD Digital Government and Data Unit, Public Governance Directorate (GOV) as an effort to advance the digital transformation of public sectors in different regions, including South-East Asia, in line with OECD best practices, standards, and principles.

These activities contribute to the close collaboration between the OECD and countries in South-East Asia in the context of the OECD South-East Asia Regional Programme, and the Memorandum of Understanding between the OECD and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

The OECD works on digital government and data

At the OECD, the work on digital government and data has been a key policy area for the Public Governance Directorate for over a decade, with the OECD Recommendation of the Council on Digital Government Strategies (2014) and Enhancing Access to and Sharing of Data (2021) as guiding normative policy instruments. To foster peer-to-peer learning with more non-member countries, the OECD Working Party of Senior Digital Government Officials (E-Leaders) established the Global E-Leaders Initiative to exchange insights on digital government practices beyond OECD "borders". The OECD has also created the Network on Open and Innovative Government in Southeast Asia as an international forum to discuss cross-cutting opportunities, challenges and priorities in open government, digital government, and public sector innovation.


In 2023, the OECD Korea Policy Centre will implement a Capacity Building Programme (CBP) in Indonesia in collaboration with the OECD Digital Government and Data Unit.

The 2023 edition of the CBP will be implemented in partnership with Indonesia’s Ministry of Communications and Informatics will focus on the topic of Data-driven Policy Making for a Digital Government.

The OECD KPC’s Indonesia Capacity Building Programme 2023 draws on previous editions of the CBP, intending to build capacities on digital government and data in Southeast Asia. It will be organised under the framework of the OECD Global E-Leaders Initiative and connect to broader OECD work in the region. It would also align with the current development of public governance indicators in South-East Asia, including the regional editions of the OECD Digital Government Index and the OECD Open, Useful, and Re-usable data (OURdata) Index.


The OECD Recommendation of the Council on Digital Government Strategies (2014) defines digital government as "the use of digital technologies, as an integrated part of governments' modernisation strategies, to create public value. Since its adoption, the Recommendation has been used in numerous OECD Digital Government Studies and Reports?to support the assessment and formulate policy recommendations to support governments' transition from e-government to digital government.

Building on the Recommendations' principles and the OECD experience in analysing digital government approaches, the OECD Digital Government Policy Framework (DGPF) identifies critical determinants of digital government maturity through six dimensions: Digital by design, Data-driven public sector, Government as a platform, Open by default, User-driven, and Proactiveness.