Rimovna, Fionova Ludmila
January 2014
Theory & Practice of Social Development;2014, Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article formulates a set of basic competences the government employees should have to be able to work in the e-government system. The author presents a list of normative documents defining the required abili-ties, and describes results of the inquiry of experts and civil servants. The research suggests an approach allowing to organize the assessment of the infor-mation technologies competence of the government employees and to develop a method of their training management.


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