E-government administration in the public sector: the case of Greece

Evangelia Fragouli, Alexandra Vitta

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    Abstract

    The information and communication technologies are recognized over the last decade as a key driver of modernization of public administration and e-government has become a key concern of Governments. In the present study the problem that is examined is the issue of effective administration of e-government policy in the public sector and more specifically in the Greek public sector. It is carried out through the fields of the organization, design, management, planning and control of the electronic services. Its purpose is to show the value and benefits of the proper application of e-government policies in the public sector through the existing literature review and with the help of a questionnaire which was distributed to a sample of sixty public officers. Finally, it makes an attempt to provide solutions, recommendations and suggestions for the improvement of e-government policy administration in the Greek public sector, as well as, for the future opportunities of Greek e-government policies. The transition of the Greek public administration in the information society is a difficult undertaking that will lead to the consolidation of e-government and the existence of a new relationship between citizen and State.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalScience Journal of Business Management
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2012

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