The Government of Estonia has invited ideas and proposals through an 'idea competition' for improving e-Services. People can forward their ideas through the state website.
Speaking on the initiative, Country's Regional Minister Siim-Valmar Kiisler stated that the website would bring together the citizen initiative and development of the e-State which would be very beneficial for the future of Estonia.
The Website allows people to not only submit their ideas but also a host of other options related to the state affairs such as participation in the legislative procedure, as the ministry publishes the draft legislation currently being discussed and invites public discussion which gives all interested parties the opportunity to express their position.
European Union has funded a freeware platform which could also be used outside of Estonia as there is high level of international interest in the Estonian e-Government experience.