Informatics systems used to increase the efficiency of the activity within public administration
The local economical development is part of the general logic for the decentralization process, offering substance to the local autonomy, because we can’t assure at local level only the obligation for the assurance of administrative activities, keeping at the same time the economic levers in the center. In this context we can also include the efforts made for the efficiency of documents circulation within the administration, which have taken the shape of modern ways of approach. Within the most efficient ways of reducing bureaucracy we can mention the increase of efficiency for the informatics structure of public entities.
|Date of creation:||10 Oct 2008|
|Date of revision:||22 Dec 2008|
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