SRB

E-government

Study programInformation systems and management
Study groupE-business
Course statusElective
TeachersZorica M. Bogdanović, Dragan V. Vukmirović, Vojkan R. Vasković
Course content

Theoretical and practical teaching: methodology of scientific research in the field of e-governance. Analysis of the basic concepts of electronic business in the public administration(e government). Processes and communication in public administration. E-business models in public administration. E-business government with legal entities (G2B), with citizens (G2C) and between the public administrations (G2G). E-identification. Social networks in e -government. E-recruitment in the civil service. Interoperability problems in e-business public administration. Semantic integration of information in e -government. Mobile Management. The use of the Internet technology of intelligent devices in the administration. Standards in e -government. E-democracy. Experience of e-commerce in public administration of the European Union. Methods for measuring the development of e-government. Organization model and infrastructure for the introduction of e-business in public administration in Serbia. Analysis of current scientific research questions in e -government. A review of current scientific research projects in the field of e -government.

Aims

Aim of this course is to enable students to design e-government system and the research work in this field.

Literature
  1. E-resources moodle.elab.fon.bg.ac.rs
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  8. R. Bolívar, M. Pedro (Eds.), Measuring E-government Efficiency, Springer, 2014.
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