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The monitoring of the e-government projects realization in the South of Russia

  • Alla Kalinina
  • Anna Borisova
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Abstract

A methodology for electronic government projects’ evaluation, taking into account the specifics of its implementation in the regions of Russia, is provided. Four blocks of interconnected indicators are the base of the assessment. The subsystems of indicators describe the information and communication infrastructure of the region, the information sector condition of the region’s economy, the human development index and the level of online presence of the regional authorities. The rating method is used for the construction of the integral measure. The integral measure, the index of the electronic government development, is calculated according to an additive scheme. The information and analytical system of complex regional electronic government projects’ monitoring is constructed on the basis of the given system of indicators. The methodology approbation is carried out on the regions of the South of Russia with the construction of the regions rating by the index of the electronic government development.

Keywords

E-Government Methodology of evaluation Information and analytical system Monitoring of projects Index of the e-Government development Rating of regions 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Volgograd State UniversityVolgogradRussian Federation

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