In 2013, the European Commission identified Social, Mobile, Analytics, Big Data and Open Data paradigms and Cloud technologies as major technological enablers of innovation in public sector (European Commission, 2013). These five enablers serve as a basis for new technologies, which have arisen over the last several years. These enablers foster innovation in public services and allow the emergence of a group of technologies that have potential to significantly change the way public sector function, disrupting it. Termed “disruptive technologies”, in this diverse group we include Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Blockchain, Virtual and Augmented reality, Internet of Things, Gaming-
Based Simulation and Policy Modelling technologies. These technologies are on different maturity stages, however their cumulative effect and influence on e-Government warrants us to talk about the new stage in the evolution of e-Government services.