1307589 - E-Government From Theory to Application M. Anass...

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E-Government From Theory to Application M. Anass Khoja Consultant Engineer Informatic & Automatic Ctjlntrol Extended Abstract Almost all Developed countries -as well some of the developing ones- are in a big race to apply E- Government, which is the outcome of the latest achievements of ICT. Although most people, whatever their education or specialization were, repeat exactly like parrot this term but the real dimension of this subject is not fully understood or clear, beginning from the basic concept ending with the rewarding benefits, passing by the best way of application and performance stages and measures. What does “E-Government” mean? How & when it was borne? What are the main concepts included in this term? And what “unique-window” means? What is the importance of applying E-Government? What benefits (in General and particular for Syria) are expected? How many stages to do so and how they could be performed? How can we evaluate performance in each stage? (We’ll discuss together the European measuring criteria to evaluate the performance) What are basic procedures to apply E-Government in General, and in particular in Syria? Do we have to adopt one single central committee for the entire public ministries for this mission?
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