Welcome to the election session of eGovernment Alliance in digital form!

Within the electronic session, full members of NALED that take part in the Alliance can opt for the key reform priorities for the new Government and vote for new Presidency of the Alliance.

Members can take part under the principle "one member - one vote", meaning that one representative per organization can take part in the voting, in this case, the first one to use this right on this webpage, during the period from 3 to 7 October 2022. 

To vote for the Presidency, you should distribute the votes (5, 4, 3, 2, 1) across five candidates you wish to support. The voting is completed only upon clicking the button “Vote” at the bottom of this webpage.

The results and newly elected Presidency will be presented at the constitutional session during October/November.

1. Survey on prioritety reform initiatives

To set the course of activities, we invite you to fill in a short survey and nominate up to three key reform initiatives for the new Government the Alliance should advocate in the year ahead. 

2. Candidates for the Alliance Presidency

The Alliance Presidency is elected for a period of two years. The candidates with the largest number of votes will form the Presidency and elect the future President among themselves.

Candidate biographies are listed alphabetically, by name.

Bojan Pokrajac

Bojan Pokrajac

OTP banka Srbija

Head of Digital and Online sales channels

Bojan Pokrajac manages digital and online sales channels within OTP Bank Serbia. After completing his basic studies, he completed his training and obtai...

Dejan Turk

Dejan Turk



After finishing studies at Vienna University of Economics and Business, Dejan started his carrier in 1995 as McDonald’s Slovenia restaurant manage...

Dragana Ilić

Dragana Ilić


Corporate Affairs Director (CEO-1)

Dragana Ilić is Corporate Affairs Director in CETIN ltd Belgrade, leading infrastructure telecommunications service provider, member of PPF Group. On t...

Dragoljub Stojadinović

Dragoljub Stojadinović


Deputy mayor

Born on April 25, 1985 in Zemun. He has lived in Užice since 1986, where his father got a job as a surgeon at the General Hospital. He finished element...

Ivan Živković

Ivan Živković

Microsoft Software

Account executive for Government/Public Sector - Serbia and North Macedonia

Since 2015, Ivan has been working at Microsoft as a Sales Manager/Account Executive for the Public Sector, as well as Microsoft\'s representative for co...

Zoran Đorđević

Zoran Đorđević

Pošta Srbije

Acting Director

Born on February 11, 1970 in Belgrade. He completed his secondary education at the Sixth Belgrade Grammar School. In addition to being a graduate of the...

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