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Legal regulation of electronic government in European law
Sudorgin Oleg Anatol'evich

Doctor of Politics

First Pro-rector, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University

125319, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Leningradskii Prospekt, 64

oleg.sudorgin.66@mail.ru
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Abstract.

The subject of this research is the legal regulation of electronic government within the framework of European law (law of the European Union). The article examines various initiatives, informative acts (development plans, concepts), as well as normative acts (by-laws, directives) that regulate different aspects of electronic (digital) interaction between the EU citizens and government authorities of the member-states and authorities of the European Union. The author reviews the key vectors, areas of legal regulation of e-government that fall within the jurisdiction of European Union. The article acknowledges the achievement in the area of legal regulation of e-government and separate aspects of legal regulation of the indicated questions at the European level. The scientific novelty consists in analysis of the set of normative, consultation, and policy acts of the European Union with regards to electronic government. The author determines the key directions, fields of development of the European legislation pertinent to regulation of various aspects of digital interaction between the citizens, government authorities, and authorities of the European Union. It is claimed that the main emphasis of the European law is put on the development of the elements of e-government that ensure the growth of single market, which particularly manifest in legal regulation in terms of the European law: digital exchange of customs documents; identification procedures (digital signature); resolution of commercial disputes in digital regime.

Keywords: concept, telecommunication means of communication, the Internet, authorities, prospects, digital interaction, E-government, development prospects, European Union, normative act

DOI:

10.7256/2454-0706.2018.3.25732

Article was received:

15-03-2018


Review date:

15-03-2018


Publish date:

11-04-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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