Current tendencies of implementation of e-government in public administration: foreign experience

  • Oleksandr Mazur Дніпропетровський регіональний інститут державного управління Національної академії державного управління при Президентові України
Keywords: public administration, e-government, information and communication technologies, administrative processes

Abstract

The tendencies of introduction of e-government in public administration bodies of the world are analyzed on the basis of the analysis of publications in the international scientific journals “International Journal of Electronic Government Research” and “International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age”. The author gives an overview of the topics of the first magazine, which includes theoretical and philosophical discussions of e-government issues, technological and software technologies, e-government implementation policy and dissemination of positive experience, e-government planning and management. And also - the topics of the second magazine, which include the introduction of information technology for the efficiency of urban and regional governance in the examples of developed and developing countries, as well as comparing the success of these implementations in private organizations with public authorities. During the analysis the author noted that when analyzing the experience of different countries of the world, it is necessary to pay attention to the specifics of these countries, their development priorities and resources.The author emphasized that for Ukraine in the current economic conditions, the implementation of e-government instruments in state bodies of public administration is especially important, because it strengthens the direction of irreversibility in the way of declared reforms by our state.The trends of implementation of e-government in the forthcoming years concerning open data, e-procurement, e-services, electronic interaction, electronic identification have been proved. It also recommends that they be taken into account in conjunction with existing priorities for the development of public administration in Ukraine when considering modernization issues.The author describes the actuality of using the following e-governance technologies: cloud computing technologies, blockchain in government information networks, and the Internet of Things architecture. Emphasis is placed on the need for mandatory cyber security training for public servants, as well as involving citizens in engaging with the state through social networks in the provision of administrative services.On the basis of the analysis the author identifies critical technologies of e-government for modernization of administrative processes in public administration bodies of Dnipropetrovsk region.

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2020-01-20
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Mazur, O. (2020). Current tendencies of implementation of e-government in public administration: foreign experience. Public Administration Aspects, 7(12), 147-156. https://doi.org/10.15421/151974
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