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Information determines natioanal competitiveness in the digital age.
In the new digital age, we can access the information
we want at any time and any place, thanks to the development of information
and communication technology(ICT). Now information is distributed and traded
more prolifically than ever, and knowledge has become the tool for creating
value and gaining competitiveness.
Indeed, we are living in an era in which the competitiveness of a nation is determined by the level and quality of information it has. Advanced countries overhaul government workflows using ICTs, which not only enhances efficiency and productivity, but paves the way to a ¡°digital government¡± offering prompt , quality service for citizens. At the same time, interest in strengthening government-citizen connections is on the rise, offering the administrative information transparency of process, civil service counseling, and citizen participation in the government decision-making process. The eGovernment has committed itself to adjusting its organization and administration for the coming digital age. In line with such efforts, the government has included the early creation of a digital government (¡°eGovernment¡±) as a major task in public sector reform. which will help reinforce its relationship with citizens.
[What is eGovernment?]
eGovernment can be characterized by four concepts: the Government of Online Service, the Paperless Government, the Knowledge-based Government and the transparent Government.
[Government at Online Service]
The eGovernment can receive and process civil issues for you over the Internet, online services, KIOSK and many other forms of ICT. Citizens need not visit agencies. Instead, they can access convenient, non-stop civil service at any time and any place. The eGovernment also offers one-stop service so that citizens do not have to visit various agencies in person.
The procedures in eGovernment will be redesigned for paperless administration, and documents will be digitized. This will enable more prompt and precise administrative procedures and promote productivity and efficiency. In addition, information network will be established to unite citizens and government, so that both parties can communicate regardless of time and place.
All the documents made will be classified and stored in personal computers. Knowledge acquired during the procedure of a work will be produced and stored in a form that allows public ownership. When such knowledge is used for administrative procedure, a high-quality knowledge-based administrative service will be offered, transforming a civil service bureaucracy into a knowledge-based system.
By digitization of the work process, the administration will become transparent. This will prevent potential corruption, producing a government trusted by both citizens and businesses.