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2022-08-15
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E-government: a new opportunity to step up to a new level

under the situation of SARS, the people hope to know the information about the infectious channels and vulnerable groups of the disease in time, and strengthen the interaction with the government through "mayor's mailbox" and other channels. As an institution with complete information, if the government can disclose this information more openly and fully, or clearly inform where there may be infectious sources, it may go elsewhere with more confidence, rather than go nowhere. To do this, in addition to publishing information through the media, there is also an important way is e-government

using computer and network technology, e-government can not only effectively prevent the invasion of SARS, but also break regional blockades and departmental divisions, realize the reorganization and optimization of government organizations and work processes, and provide efficient, high-quality, standardized, transparent and all-round management and services to the whole society. However, according to the evaluation report from the authority, there are still obvious deficiencies in the indicators of local government e-government stations

Lhasa and Nanning have not set up e-government stations so far.

since last year, with the support and guidance of the office of the leading group for informatization work of the State Council, Jishi information has organized and implemented the second evaluation and Research on E-government stations of Chinese urban governments. At different times, it has browsed and studied 4 municipalities directly under the central government, 27 provincial capitals and autonomous regional capital cities, and 5 cities specifically designated in the state plan, There are 36 municipal government stations in total. In addition, five prefecture level cities and five urban areas were evaluated

this study found that compared with the first evaluation results in 2002, all indicators of government stations have been improved to a certain extent, which shows that local governments are gradually accelerating the improvement of e-government stations. Among the first level indicators, the average scores of content service and construction quality of the tested stations are 6.3 and 6.2 respectively, and the scores have increased from poor to average; The average score of station function service increased from 3.5 to 4.3, and the score is still poor. Among the secondary indicators, only the average score of the local overview has just reached a good level, while the average score of the upper office, public feedback, upper supervision and other indicators has improved, but it is still at a poor level. Among the three-level indicators, the indicators of functional services such as consulting, inquiry, declaration, approval with the progress of technology, government procurement, government mailbox, investigation and exchange forum, the indicators of procedures in the content service of the station, and the universality, comprehensiveness and multimedia in the construction quality of the station are still at a poor level. It can be seen that the construction and application of government stations need to be further strengthened in the future

the overall construction level of e-government stations in cities with different administrative divisions in China has improved. The average score of municipalities directly under the central government is the highest, 6.8 points; The second is cities with independent planning, with an average score of 6.6; The scores of provincial capital city government stations are relatively low and uneven. So far, Lhasa and Nanning have not set up e-government stations

the level of some government stations in more developed regions is not high

since last May, e-government stations in 10 cities such as Guangzhou, Urumqi, Kunming, Chongqing, Guiyang, Shijiazhuang, Shenyang, Chengdu, Xi'an and Xiamen have been completely revised; Taiyuan municipal government, which has not opened a station before, has also opened an e-government station

some local governments attach importance to promoting the construction and development of local e-government stations by means of evaluation. Harbin, Dalian and other cities have made public the official documents evaluated by e-government stations

compared with the evaluation last year, the average total score of these stations increased from 5 0 points can be said to rise to 5 4 points, indicating that the overall level of e-government stations has been improved to a certain extent, but it is still at a low level. The score is 7 The good stations with more than 0 points are e-government stations in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Nanjing, accounting for 11% of the evaluated stations; The number of government stations with average construction level increased from 7 to 10, including e-government stations in Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Harbin, Dalian, Xiamen, Chengdu, Chongqing, Ningbo and Haikou, accounting for 28% of the evaluated stations. The proportion of stations with poor and poor scores is 61%

from a regional perspective, the average overall score of urban e-government stations in East China is the highest, reaching 6 3 points, and the scores of other regions are 5 in Northeast China from high to low 9 points, North China 5 8 points, central China 5 1 point, South China 5 1 point, southwest 4 6 points and northwest 4 3 points

in terms of administrative divisions, municipalities directly under the central government have the highest average score of 6 8 points; The second is the city with independent planning, with an average score of 6 The score of e-government stations in provincial capitals is relatively low, 5 0 points

it is worth noting that although Wuxi, Suzhou, Zhuhai and Foshan are located in the economically developed Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta, the construction and application level of e-government stations is generally not high. In addition to Wuxi reaching the general level, the other three cities are at a poor level, all of which are below 6 points, of which Wuxi is 6 3 points, Foshan 5 6 points, Suzhou 5 5 points, Zhuhai 5 Therefore, when selecting materials and designing, we should adhere to the humanized design principle of people-oriented

compared with government stations at the level of municipalities directly under the central government and provincial capitals, people's Government stations at the prefecture level are closer to the masses and play a very important role in strengthening the relationship between the party and the masses. Located in economically developed areas, the construction and application level of government stations is generally not high, which should attract the attention of relevant parties

the social demand for e-government is becoming more and more urgent

recently, leading comrades of the Central Committee have repeatedly stressed that promoting the construction of e-government is of great significance to improve the overall quality of the national economy, improve the level of modern management, strengthen government supervision, improve administrative efficiency, and carry out anti-corruption. All departments of the Central Committee and governments at all levels should attach great importance to this work

however, in practical work, some people still mistakenly believe that the biggest beneficiaries of e-government are people and IT enterprises, and the lack of motivation on the part of the government is not conducive to the promotion, promotion and income of relevant personnel

it should be noted that if e-government is done well, it can attract funds and increase the tax revenue of the government whose price often fluctuates; Government affairs are more open and transparent, which is good for the governance of the country and can provide better services for the people. On the other hand, it also creates opportunities for the development of IT enterprises and improves the competitiveness of domestic enterprises

the U.S. Department of Commerce estimated that from 1984 to 1995, the entire Internet industry contributed more than one-third of GDP growth, and labor productivity increased by 0 7%, and the salary increased by 4 7 percentage points, but almost all Internet service providers are not profitable

researchers found that even in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanjing and Hangzhou, where the comprehensive level of e-government is relatively high, there is a significant gap in the comprehensive scores of some district government stations, such as Dongcheng District of Beijing, Huangpu District of Shanghai, Tianhe District of Guangzhou, Xuanwu District of Nanjing and Shangcheng District of Hangzhou, which further indicates that there is still much work to be done in the development of e-government

at present, e-government is needed not only to combat SARS, but also other medical insurance policy information and medical information. People hope that through it, they can query their personal account balance of medical insurance and the local public medical account, and query the composition, efficacy, test data, use methods and other detailed data of drugs newly approved by the state, so as to improve their ability of self-care

e-government is not only needed for employment services, but also for education and training. People hope to find jobs through it, provide employment training and employment situation analysis, and obtain education and training resources through the government platform to meet the challenges of the information age

e-government is not only needed for traffic management, but also for tax payment. People understand laws, regulations and rules, feed back their opinions on government work, and even apply for marriage certificates, divorce certificates, birth certificates, death certificates and other relevant certificates, all of which require the establishment and improvement of e-government. It can be said that the needs of the "SARS" period provide development opportunities for e-government

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