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Toward a methodology for e-government legislation

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  • Toward a methodology for e-government legislation
  • Jung, Pilwoon
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Title Toward a methodology for e-government legislation
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Jung, Pilwoon

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[Seoul] : National Information Society Agency

Date 2009-07
Series Title; No Informatization Policy
Pages 22
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Governance
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Abstract

This paper presents a series of considerations that need to be taken into account in an e-Government legislation project, concerning the choice of a legislative form and mode. Its goal is to contribute to the ongoing initiative to enhance the coherence and efficiency of rule-making in the e-Government field.
The list of considerations proposed in this paper is aimed at assisting in the planning of a legislative method and strategy for e-Government rule-making projects which already have a well-defined content. The first consideration relates to legislative forms, as the selection of a legislative form is the foremost step in giving concrete shape to a rule-making project. The second consideration concerns the relationship of the planned e-Government rules to existing information and communications laws and regulations, as these two legislative domains largely overlap in terms of regulatory scope. (The rest omitted)