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Advancing SMEs Toward E-Commerce Policies for Sustainability
Is a set of approaches, tools, and methods for automatic processing of structured and unstructured information coming from a large number of different, including scattered or loosely coupled, information sources, in volumes that cannot be processed manually in a reasonable time.
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Electronic Government
Aizhan Baimukhamedova (Gazi University, Turkey) and Malik Baimukhamedov (Social-Technical University Named After Aldymzharov Z., Kazakhstan)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 20
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5727-6.ch010
Abstract
Е-government is based on electronic document management systems, state management automation systems, and other information and communication systems. A description of four е-government models—Continental European model, Anglo-American model, Asian model, and Russian model—are reviewed. The basis for the creation of the е-government portal is the Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated November 10, 2004, Nº 1471 “On state program of formation of Е-government in the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2005-2007.” Е-government supports the following goals: creating new forms of interaction between government agencies, optimizing the provision of government services to the public and businesses, supporting and expansion of citizens' self-service capabilities, increasing technological awareness and skills of citizens, and increasing the degree of participation of all voters in the processes of governance and management of the country.
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Digital Transformation of Small and Medium Businesses
Is a set of approaches, tools, and methods for automatic processing of structured and unstructured information coming from a large number of different, including scattered or loosely coupled, information sources, in volumes that cannot be processed manually in a reasonable time.
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