E-Government Applications And Methodologies: Turkey on the E-Government Way
Duygu Apak ()
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Duygu Apak: Former STPS Student
No 507, STPS Working Papers from STPS - Science and Technology Policy Studies Center, Middle East Technical University
The recent changes in the technology, especially the use of Internet and the World Wide Web resulted in a new way of doing business for the governments. Governments worldwide face with the challenge of transformation and the need to reinvent government systems, which are based to deliver more efficient and cost effective services for the citizens. The developments and the studies in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) resulted in E-Government projects and applications. This paper tries to analyze E-Government projects by analyzing their methodologies and strategies; and it is mainly based on the underlying key points in success stories. Also within this paper the reader will get information on E-Government projects in Turkey, successes and failures, IT vision of the administrations and the future plans.
Pages: 37 pages
Date: 2005-07, Revised 2005-07
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