Irish Government is giving eGovernment awards for the use of Irish Government online resources.
According to the organisers of the Irish e-Government awards, this award will suggest numbers of Irish citizens accessing online government resources are up due to more citizens having access to PCs, broadband and reduced concerns about security threats. The Revenue Online Service (ROS) has raised the use of e-Government resources. According to Fingal Co Council, Ireland's e-participation is highest across the four local representative authorities including Ireland, Spain, Slovakia and the UK. The Fingal Co Council project includes webcasting council meetings, budget process and briefings. It also supports the audio and video streams and range of supporting live information on the Internet. Fingal has recorded the highest number of citizens about 11,992 citizens participated in the process during the project.