Informatisation Of Public Services – Strategic Resource In The Development Of Society
Nowadays one of the strategic resources in the development of society is the information which is supported by modern information technologies. The impact of implementing information technologies in various fields of human activity is so strong that is brings into question a new phase in the society evolution – information society. One of the largest industries worldwide is the industry of information technology and it is an upward growing one. Because of the advantages that information technology brings for a social and economical growth, all the economically developed countries and all the ones still developing, have adopted informatisation on a general level as also in certain special areas. In our country on public administration services have been adopted by the Government Decision no. 1007/20012 approving Government strategy on informatisation of public administration, and many regulation, making this reference: Law no. 455/20013 regarding e-signature; Law no. 52/20034 regarding transparency of decisions from public administration; Law no. 291/20025 for approval of Government Decision no. 24/20026 regarding electronic means of collecting fees and local taxes; Law no. 161/20037 regarding some measures to ensure the transparency for exercising public roles in public positions and in the business environment, prevention and punishment of corruption.
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (December)
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