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The introduction of e-Government in Korea : Development journey, outcomes and future

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Title The introduction of e-Government in Korea
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Development journey, outcomes and future

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Chung, Choong-Sik

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Paris,France :

Date 2015-02
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Gestion et Management Public:vol.3(no.4)
Pages 17
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < General
Government and Law < Governance
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Abstract

The Korean e-Government began with the e-Government portal site (www.egov.go.kr) on November 1, 2002. After going through continuous efforts in e-Government and national informatization, Korea has become one of the global e-Government leaders - obtaining the highest scores in ‘E-government Development Index’ and ‘E-participation Index’. In addition, many of Korea’s e-Government practices until now have been introduced to the world as the best cases and received worldwide acknowledgement. The success factors of Korean e-Government are summarized as a strong political leadership, clear vision and policy objective, project’s strategic priority and human & financial resource distribution. The future e-Government is being developed towards seamless and consolidated services, based on the e-Government projects that have been promoted so far. The new e-Government strategies will be taken into account from various perspectives, especially in terms of strategy, e-Government services, citizens’ e-participation and strengthened infrastructure for e-Government. The Korean e-Government is now progressing, however, it still has a long way to go to reach full interactive service delivery and government integration.