The Norwegian guidelines for the use of electronic forms on the Internet, ELMER (Simpler and more effective reporting), is a finalist in the European eGovernment Awards.
More than 5 000 different web forms to state and local authorities follow ELMER in Norway, and 90 percent of the reporting from the business sector to the public is applied through Altinn ELMER-form.
European eGovernment Awards is a European prize for public electronic services, and is awarded every two years. 259 services have been nominated in four categories. ELMER is one of 22 finalists in its category, chosen from among 113 originally submitted contributions. European eGovernment Awards were created by the European Commission. The winners will be announced during Ministerial Conference in Malmo in 19. November.