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The concept and prospects of development of e-government in France
Sudorgin Oleg Anatol'evich

Doctor of Politics

First Pro-rector, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University

125319, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Leningradskii Prospekt, 64

oleg.sudorgin.66@mail.ru
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Abstract. The subject of this research is the e-government in France. The article examines the various initiatives (development plans, concepts), as well as normative legal acts of legislative and bylaw levels that regulate the different aspects of electronic (digital) interaction of citizens with the French government and local authorities. The author consider the institutional frameworks of regulation of the e-government in France (departments, committees) responsible for controlling the various aspects of e-government. The main prospects of development of the e-government in France are described. The scientific novelty consists in analysis of the section of normative and program acts of governmental power of France in the area of e-government. The author determines the key prospects of development of the French legislation in the sphere of regulation of the various aspects of digital interaction of citizens with the state and local authorities. A number of institutions (administrations, departments) that directly affect the policy in the area of e-government are subjected to examination.
Keywords: concept, telecommunication means of communication, the Internet, authorities, prospects, digital interaction, E-government, development prospects, France, normative act
DOI: 10.7256/2454-0684.2018.1.25348
Article was received: 05-02-2018

Review date: 03-02-2018

Publish date: 06-02-2018

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