E-Government Construction and China's Administrative Litigation Act

E-Government Construction and China's Administrative Litigation Act

R. Chuanshen (Shanghai Administration Institute, China)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 4
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-789-8.ch077
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Abstract

E-government has become a part of our society gradually as a derivative of the current information society. To adapt to international affairs, the country’s economic development and social progress, China should expedite the transfer from a traditional superintendent government to a modern service government by building an e-government. However, there are many obstacles in the way of popularizing e-government. The “validity” and “reliability” of e-governance are key problems, because China’s administrative legal system hasn’t made specific laws and regulations on e-governance administration. In the current situation, it is of great and practical importance to discuss the new characteristics of e-government administration and understand the influence of information on the administrative legal system.

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