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E-government in China: current status, strategies and practice

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Summary form only given. The informatization practice of countries all over the world has shown that the level of a government's informatization is one main factor that can affect its international competitive power. At present, e-government construction is regarded as one of the most important tasks for the national economy and society informatization in China. Unlike the traditional governments, an e-government takes on a new look with its framework and operation mode more suitable for the contemporary era. In fact, it is a basic national strategy to promote China's informatization by means of e-government construction. This talk firstly introduces the basic concepts and relevant viewpoints of e-government, then reviews the development process of e-government in China, and describes the current states, present problems and development strategies of e-government in China. The two national key e-government projects that are currently undertaking by the State Information Center, the Golden Macro Project and the E-government External Network Project, are also introduced respectively

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E-Commerce Technology for Dynamic E-Business, 2004. IEEE International Conference on

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13-15 Sept. 2004