Analysis of Questionnaire Results in the Use of BP and ND in Public Administration

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The goal of effective public administration is to provide qualitative services to citizens. Due to the increasing use of information and communication technologies (ICT), e-government is one of the possible solutions in achieving this goal. This solution includes a good understanding and management of the existing business processes, the use of normative documents and the effective use of information systems in public administration. To get the current view of all mentioned necessary components, the questionnaire was made. This paper is devoted to the analysis of questionnaire results. As a result of the analysis, hypotheses for further study are set.

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