Modernization of Greek Public Sector: Results from eGovernment Law Application and Next Steps

Sarantis, Demetrios, "Modernization of Greek Public Sector: Results from eGovernment Law Application and Next Steps" 17th European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG 2017), Lisbon, 2017/06/12-13.

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    Author Sarantis, Demetrios
    Title Modernization of Greek Public Sector: Results from eGovernment Law Application and Next Steps
    Event Series European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG)
    Publication Date 2017-06
    Place of Publication Reading
    Publisher Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited
    Pages 179-187
    Title of Event 17th European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG 2017)
    Date of Event 2017/06/12-13
    Place of Event Lisbon
    Language eng
    Abstract In recent years, many governments are working to improve public sector’s efficiency and effectiveness. The rapid progress in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) leads to changes in the way public organisations provide services to citizens and businesses, and in the way they handle their internal operations. Governments, in their effort not to lag behind in the eGovernment race, are often caught totally unprepared and came close to bringing the country to a standstill. One of the fundamental elements to soundly ground the modernization of public sector is the application of an appropriate legislative framework. Such a framework copes with the challenges that arise from administrative, legal, institutional and technological factors. This paper briefly presents the Greek legislative framework, explores the initial results after the enactment of the Greek eGovernment law and discusses next steps and possible challenges in the future.
    Keyword e-Government
    Legal framework
    Public administration change
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2017
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9781911218371
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