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E-Government: a Step in the Future

Anton B. Ushakov Pavlo I. Kovalishin

The article is focused on the analysis of problems of implementation e-government into Ukrainian legislation. In the modern world, Internet technologies play an important role in the life of every person. Political authorities also understand how the Internet makes life easier for society.

The authors analyze the interpretation of Ukraine and the European Union, the concept of «e-government». While solving the tasks of the research the authors define the own definition of e-government, where they offer to understand e-government as an integrated system of all state registries, open source data portals and administrative services that make the interaction of public administration bodies with society as easy as possible.

Special attention is paid to analysis of problems of implementation e-government into Ukrainian legislation. The authors identify three main problems. The first is the insecurity of personal data. According to the authors, Ukrainian legislation is not ready for the implementation of legal acts of e-government. The second problem is the lack of knowledge and skills in using the e-government system. The absence of an appropriate authority regulating relations in this area. The third problem is the socio-informational inequality. Not all people have access to the Internet and not all people want to move into information age.

The authors also analyze the achievements of Ukrainian society in the development of e-government.

According to the results of the conducted studying we can concluded that implementation system of e-government has a lot of advantages. E-government is one of the keys of democracy. It is the key to get rid of bureaucracy and corruption that will lead to public confidence in government.

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