Margareta FĂGĂDAR (GHIŞA), Monica Ioana (TOADER)

Information technology helps to support decision-making, as well as collaboration in working groups, which determines the increase of efficiency. The information systems have the cyber systems' characteristics, feature emphasized by the fact that the economic information systems have their own objectives, methods, techniques and specific resources. In the digital environment, people and economic entities need to feel protected. Reliability and security, including personal data protection are fundamental for a good functioning of digital governance. The economic exploitation capacity of a competitor and of an evolution depends more and more on solutions for innovation and efficiency of information and communication technologies (ICT). Public authorities make a permanent effort to integrate their own information systems, to allow information on free movement within the systems' sales and to create such efficient administrations. The purpose of this paper work is to provide information about services and benefits for services, which are currently a priority for e-government, as well as an obstacles in Romania. Electronic governance contributes to the harmonization of relations between citizens and public authorities, respecting the fundamental rights of the citizen in order to have access to official information. The implementation of e-governance implies the speed of the commercialization of public services, allows an easier access to all means of use and confers the activity of public authorities the quality of being more efficient more transparent.


digital governance, information systems, information

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