Are Public Employees in Romania Prepared for eGovernment?

Velicu, Bogdan Calin; Munthiu, Maria Cristiana; Zara, Iulia Adina
April 2013
International Journal of Academic Research in Business & Social ;Apr2013, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p350
Academic Journal
An efficient administration can not be conceived without the advantages offered by the use of IT&C in the development of public services. However, once new technologies are adopted, the accumulation of specific capabilities by the public employees is mandatory. Guidelines in drawing up an eGovernment training plan were formulated herein using skill-sets detailed by the European Public Administration Network and the U.S. Information Technology Management Reform Act.


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