E-Government, transformation, transparency, competency, service-oriented government, government 3.0


        E-government is increasingly being implemented in all areas of government administration. It is increasing efficiency and transparency and bringing convenience and safety to citizens’ lives, and consequently improving the quality of life. E-government is a transformation of government processes, transactions, and policy making and implementation that are efficiently carried out through information and communication technologies to provide better and efficient services to the citizens while reducing waste and corruption and increasing accountability, transparency, and trust.

      This paper discusses the efforts of Korean government to transforming with transparency, competency, service-oriented government.

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