Региональные "электронные правительства" в России: институциональные и ресурсные ограничения
The article is devoted to the quantitative analysis of factors affecting e-government development in Russian Regions (2007 – 2012). The key methods used are correlation and regression analyses. Hypotheses of federal government’s influence and internal determinants are tested. Among the latter are the quality of institutional environment, financial and technological resources sufficiency. The analysis shows that the key factors of regional e-government development are internal formal and informal institutions, as well as a bureaucratic factor of e-government implementation.
This chapter explores Russia’s implementation of the national e-government strategy and information policies. . Based on official, national strategic documents and a number of e-government cases that highlight different projects at the federal and regional levels, we outline the formidable barriers and idiosyncrasies of managing e-government development in Russia.
The article is devoted to the introduction and further development of e-government in the Russian Federation. E-government is a new form of government, based on the principles of transparency and accountability of government to citizens. The article deals with theoretical aspects of the concept of e-government implementation. The development of e-government model is analyzed. The factors (barriers) which impede the implementation of e-government project, the results of research are identified.
The 1st International Conference on Electronic Governance and Open Society: Challenges in Eurasia, EGOSE2014 took place in St Petersburg, Russia from 18-20 November 2014. It was the first international academic event in the field e-Governance ever held entirely in the English language in the vast Eurasian region comprising mainly the post-Soviet states. It was designed as an opportunity for researchers and practitioners from Eurasia to discuss the use of digital technologies in and for governance with their peers from other regions and thus help integrate closer into a global academic community. Specific issues that conference planned to address focused on the current and emerging challenges these countries are facing in developing sound and effective e-Governance solutions that promote public sector innovations both in terms of administrative efficiency and governance openness. The goal was to seek other regions' experiences to compare approaches, solutions, practices and thus to raise eventually the quality of research at the crossroads of technology, government and society in the region, which is lagging behind from other regions. The Conference was seen as new opportunity for researchers to publish the results of their studies in the global context.
Nowadays information technologies become integral part of developing society. Enormous volumes and speed of information transfer make sufficiency and efficiency of obtaining the information the main condition of development of the public relations. It can be provided by introduction of nowaday information telecommunication technologies.
The 6th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV2012, was organized in Albany, New York, United States (US) from the 22nd to the 25th of October 2012, hosted by the Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, State University of New York under the patronage of the United States National Archives and Record Administration. The ICEGOV (International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance) series focuses on the use of technology to transform relationships between government and citizens, businesses, civil society and other arms of government (Electronic Governance).
The deepening rift between the system's potential and the challenges of rapidly changing socio-economic conditions make the transformation of Russia's state apparatus a matter of the nearest future; while, barring a radical overhaul, its preservation until 2025 is virtually impossible. Two major trends and resulting changes in administrative organization will determine Russia's political development processes in the coming years: reformatting relations between the authorities and society and reconfiguring arrangements between the federal center and regions. The center-regions relations dynamics is analyzed in terms of long pendulum oscillations with pendulum moving now from the model of 'federation of corporations' to the model of 'federation of regions'.
The article discusses the bureucratization of the legislative and executive authorities at the re gional level, starting from the stage of formation of Russian (centralixed) state to the analysis of the current situation in the country.