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Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Creating a citizen centric administration through eGovernment in Romania

Abstract By trying to stop and reverse the effects of the economic crisis, governments resort to new methods of clarifying and communicating public services. eGovernment has the necessary capacity to attain such a desideratum. Although it does not represent a cure in itself, eGovernment may be successfully implemented using marketing....

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