Younes EL AMRANI, Abdeljalil LOUHMADI


The development of information and communication technologies has reached a level where their use in government is becoming not only expedient but also inevitable. The Internet and ICT have created the technical and technological foundation that can significantly improve the efficiency of public administration, provide businesses and citizens with access to necessary information, simplify bureaucratic procedures and reduce the time for decision making. This article describes the new conditions in which the business is developing. The article presents the features of the interaction of e-government and business, the impact of e-government on the development of the economy as a whole. The authors analyzed the process of development of technologies for e-government. They reformulate the term “e-government” based on the definitions presented in the literature. The authors identified the tasks that are solved by means of e-government. Also, the authors set up indicators for evaluating the effectiveness of the e-government. Finally, the structure of the quality standard for e-government services was suggested. The implementation of the e-government demonstrates advantages for the further development of the economic sector and whole state in general.


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Younes EL AMRANI, Abdeljalil LOUHMADI. INFLUENCE OF E-GOVERNANCE ON BUSINESS AND ECONOMY. Global journal of Economics and Business Administration, 2019, 3:20. DOI: 10.28933/gjeba-2019-06-0705


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