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Promoting citizen participation in e-government : From the Korean experience in e-participation

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  • Promoting citizen participation in e-government
  • Suh, Sam Young
  • President of the National Computerization Agency


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Title Promoting citizen participation in e-government
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From the Korean experience in e-participation

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Suh, Sam Young

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Seoul:President of the National Computerization Agency

Date 2003
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Government and Law < Public Administration
Government and Law < Political Development
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Abstract

E-Government has emerged as an important tool for government reforms. It is a global trend, with many countries actively pursuing e-government strategies. However, despite real-world advances in e-Government, citizen participation is lagging. This paper asserts that e-government will develop through a quality transformation from a convergence of service and efficiency that expands upon the foundation of citizen participation. Based on this logical hypothesis, imminent issues that need to be addressed by future e-governments are identified. To provide a meaningful backdrop for the discussions, Korea’s e-Government progress is detailed. And in conclusion, policy measures that are essential in transforming theoretical possibilities of e-government into reality are proposed. (The rest omitted)