Transformation of administration into e-government: From municipality to e-municipality in İstanbul Metropolitan Municipality in Turkey
Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Today, citizens are government-related jobs, more quickly and are being carried out in a systematic way of e-government, began to implement a rebuke to all the countries of the world. According to the level of development of countries, this transition moving forward fast or slow.
To create the infrastructure of e-government, huge investments need to be made financially. For this reason, e-government applications in each country with the same speed and the same advanced infrastructure take place.
E-government, E-municipality in itself e-finance and so on divided into subtypes. In this species, e-municipalities have an important place. Municipalities with the basic element of urban life, is extremely important to provide services in the form of e-government. Transparency is fundamental to increasing confidence in the local government and citizen-municipal applications, and the city moving forward on more regular jobs.
Turkey is a country that has the category of developing countries. The transition to e-government applications is still in the country, are carried out for E-municipal applications. Country, city divided into units called local government services is realized. Municipalities and cities with population over a certain number of other provinces administered in the form of the Municipality. Municipalities depend on the central government.
Istanbul is the most populous province in Turkey. For this reason, many municipalities in the country to the other applications that are running in this city are a pioneer. E-municipality application is one of the applications of this type. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, e-municipal applications continues to transition. It has continued to work on infrastructure and related units. A portion of the system works. E- Municipalities applications Istanbul's city hall, the municipal authorities, as well as their approach citizens wary of e-municipality system. However, many began to carry out transactions in the virtual environment.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2013. , 50 p.
e-Government, Turkey, e-municipality, administration, transformation
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:hj:diva-22311OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hj-22311DiVA: diva2:652797
Subject / course
KELLER, CHRISTINA, Associate Professor
VIMARLUND, VIVIAN, Professor, Associate Dean of Research