Modelowanie procesów organizacyjnych jako narzędzie integracji systemów informatycznych administracji publicznej

Sasak, Janusz; Kożuch, Artur Jacek
December 2011
Contemporary Management Quarterly / Wspólczesne Zarzadzanie;2011, Vol. 4, p115
Academic Journal
In the article the author makes an attempt to define the possibilities of using models of information processes in public institutions in order to establish standards for the integration of computer systems. The state of integration of public administration computer systems has been analysed on the basis of the studies and findings of the research E-administration as a Condition of Development of Poland (E-Administracja warunkiem rozwoju Polski) con-ducted by the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Uniwersytet Warminsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie ). The author also suggests the directions of their improvement to facilitate full integration and e-public services at a transaction level. Building modern public administration will require changes in low. Information systems based a new low will accept electronic information as is basic form. The models of current processes of providing services must be prepared for electronic form. Only then can modern electronic information systems of public administrations be created. These systems will enable an automatic data exchange and cooperation between units of public administration. Databases of those systems will support business information systems and the development of information society. Electronic public services and automatic access to public databases will enable building knowledge-based economy and increase the level of security of electronic business.


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