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E-government, development and evolution

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  • E-government, development and evolution
  • Iovan, Stefan
  • University of Targu Jiu


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Title E-government, development and evolution
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Iovan, Stefan

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[Târgu Jiu, Romania] : University of Targu Jiu

Date 2016
Series Title; No University of Targu Jiu, engineering series / 4/2016
Pages 7
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding University of Targu Jiu
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Abstract

In the modern information society, innovations in information and communication technology have influenced citizens’ behavior as well as their desired information requirements by having fundamentally changed the way how people work and communicate. This information technology - induced development alters social and cultural as well as commercial and administrative structures. Especially the Internet, which allows various forms of information access, interaction opportunities, as well as knowledge creation and sharing, has intensified this digital transformation. Digitalization, networking, and globalization connect individuals and organizations on a worldwide level and reduce the importance of geographical boundaries. The consequences affect both the private and the public sector. Concerning the latter, the rapid evolvement from simple information access to providing complex processes and powerful tools and networks change the public service provision and process landscape. Thus, governments worldwide pursue e-government solutions, which are particularly relevant for themselves and their stakeholders.