The Need, Requirements, and Vision for E-Societal Management

The Need, Requirements, and Vision for E-Societal Management

Nicolae Costake (CMC (Certified Management Consultant), Romania)
Copyright: © 2015 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5888-2.ch273
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Background

The relevant aspects are exemplified in three categories: (i) risks and issues (Table 1); (ii) progress of ICT (Table 2); (iii) obstacles to e-SM. (Table 3).

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Interoperability (Public Sector): Shared coherent informational and ICT resources of a set of public information systems, in order to deliver inter-institutional electronic public services at national, possibly also international level and assuring (i) informational coherence (ii) maximizing performance / cost ratio;.(iii) (iv) authorized access of the private sector to the public e- services.

E-Societal Management (e-SM): The management of a socio-economic system (SES), supported by: a) a system engineering theory of the SES (a new branch of management science); b) a specific ICT platform supporting the meeting of societal objectives such as e.g. (i) growth, employment and civilization; (ii) minimization of the losses due to fiscal fraud, corruption and managerial competence. by: (1) public electronic online inter-institutional services (using ICK or an equivalent functional technical solution ensuring coherence) (2) computer-aided holistic oriented management decisions; (3) enforcing virtuous and minimizing vicious socio-economic circuits of the SES.

Information Coherence Kernel (ICK): E-SMIS subsystem a) storing (i) knowledge (e.g. explanations and definitions); (ii) general interest metadata, nomenclatures, registers and databases; .b) avoiding their duplication and various updates by user information systems except authorized ones; (iv) assuring secure one portal access management.

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