SHS Web Conf.
Volume 100, 2021IV International Scientific Congress “Society of Ambient Intelligence – 2021” (ISCSAI 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Digitization of Society in National Legal Systems|
|Published online||25 March 2021|
Digital Society: Regulatory and Institutional Support of Electronic Governance in Modern Realities
1 National University «Zaporizhzhya Polytechnic», 69063, Zaporizhzhya Ukraine
2 Polissia National University, 10008, Zhytomyr Ukraine
3 Kazakh-German polytechnic college, 160400, Kentau Republic of Kazakhstan
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The article highlights the opportunities for the introduction of e-government in the institutional system of society on the basis of digital, information and communication technologies (on the example of Ukraine). It develops the concept of digitalization from the point of that information, knowledge and communication technologies constitute the system of social and legal infrastructure of society. It demonstrates that digital society forms the basis of the safety of modern globalized world, expressed in quality indicators of "e-government". It is proved that E-government in the legal system of the country involves: first, creating conditions for interaction between government and citizens through the use of modern information and communication technologies; secondly, the availability and openness of state registers; third, the introduction of e-democracy tools. It is determined that there is a steady tendency in the Ukrainian society to spread e-government tools in the legal sphere through the provision of administrative information services as well as the use of e-democracy technologies. It is also justified that potential of e-democracy technologies is strong enough to create conditions for e-government in legal sphere through technological and technical support of legal services, improving the level of computer iteracy of the population, increasing accessibility and openness of public information.
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