Lithuanians' trust in e-government services growing

A study commissioned by the Information Society Development Committee under the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Lithuania on Lithuanian e-government services revealed that electronic declarations and electronic applications were the most popular form of electronic communication between Lithuanian government agencies and citizens in 2014, the ministry said.
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