Nikolova, Maria
September 2009
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Techn;2009, Vol. 1, Special section p13
Conference Proceeding
The article discusses opportunities for Bulgaria to apply for projects concerning application of information and communications technology (ICT) in e-government and e-governance. The case study of e-customs is presented as an example of innovation concerning the technological, organizational, and environmental perspectives. It concludes the need for the European Union (EU) government to understand the requirements of the individual EU member states and industry-specific needs.


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