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Annual Report on China's E-Government Development (2012)


By:Hong Yi, Du Ping

Publisher:Social Sciences Academic Press


Publication Date:2013-02-27


Paper book:US $29.00
Ebook:US $29.00
Paper Book& Ebook:US $43.50
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China's E-government Development Report 2012, edited by Hong Yi, vice president of Chinese Academy of Governance, and Du Ping, general vice director of State Information Center (SIC), is an annual report reviewing the development of China e-government in the past decade and the latest progress, and analyzing the key e-government theories and practices issues. This year's subject is "Review of China E-government Development in the Past Ten Years and Its Prospect in the Near Future".

As a reference for e-government development in the new stage, the report generally reviews e-government development in the national key fields and local districts in the past decade, looks ahead to near future development of China e-government, and examines the best practices of development and application of e-government.

In the first part, based on great achievements we have made in the past decades, the general report argues the prominent problems in the new period and the solutions, and looks forward to the development trends of Chinese e-government. First, the report points out that e-government plays a strong supporting role for Chinese economic development, notably improves government's abilities of macro-economy control, market governance, social management and public service. Then, it covers the existing problems on the aspects of specific system and mechanism, information sharing and business collaboration, information security, and low rate of localization, thus clarifies the requirement of further efforts on the aspects of organization guarantee, macro-management, application orientation, technology service and information security. At last, it puts forward that construction of e-government will face a new situation and higher requirements in the "Twelfth Five Years" plan period.

In the second part, it covers reviews and prospects of e-government development progress in the national key fields, including not only development history of "Golden Agriculture Project", "Golden Audit Project", "Golden Customs Project", "Golden Tax Project" and "Golden Quality Project", but also, information project of national people's health insurance, information management of population family service, and construction of national statistic data resources. The projects show the development progress and new direction of e-government in national key field. Local e-government development and prospect issues are discussed in the third part including Beijing, Tianjin, Qingdao, Hunan, Hainan, and Lanzhou. In the fourth part are the theories and ideas in the process of development of e-government, consisting of discussing the problems of enhancing the influence of government, construction of e-government cloud in Beijing court and information central database of e-government resource, etc. The best practices of e-government case study are illustrated in the following fifth part, introducing, government information integrated service project of China National Library, the projects of Nanjing e-government card, etc. In the sixth part is the memorabilia, which generally records the important events of Chinese E-government in 2012.