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CEE e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2021

CoV-19 as a Driver for eGovernment? Proceedings of the Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2021, Budapest
Facultas, Oesterreichische Computer Gesellschaft
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Is CoV-19 a driver for eGovernment? Undeniably, the pandemic has changed our patterns of life considerably including usage of the digital media for working, shopping and communicating. In Public Administration, sending administrative staff to home office due to a pandemic “lockdown” brutally exposed shortcomings in public-sector digitization: Crime suspects had to be released because public prosecutors could not issue warrants from their home offices, building permits were not granted for months for lack of electronic files, school education virtually breaking down because neither necessary infrastructure nor useful concepts and content were available for remote teaching. This raises the question, whether Corona may turn out to be the ultimate boost for digitization in these domains and whether administrations with better levels of digitization also fared better during these months, but also whether there are limits to what can be done digitally.
Biografische Anmerkung
Die Herausgeber/the editors: Thomas Hemker, Federal University of Applied Administrative Sciences, Münster Robert Müller-Török, University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg Alexander Prosser, Austrian Computer Society/University of Economics and Business, Vienna Péter Sasvári, Institute of Business Science, Faculty of Economics, University of Miskolc Dona Scola, Information Society Development Institute, Chişinău Nicolae Urs, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca