Naralan, Abdullah
September 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2008, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p27
Academic Journal
Recently, the developments and innovations in the information and communication technologies have caused important changes in public administration and social and economic lives of society. The use of information technologies in public services have led to a new term. This term is electronic government also known as digital government or e-government which to the utilizing the public services by using electronic equipment and communication network. It becomes apparent that deficiencies or some barriers about e-government exist in Turkey. In this study, the deficiencies and barriers about e-government application are researched and proposal for improvement are given.


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