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A Study on the Improved Business Processes of e-Government System for the Integration of Civil Affairs and Suggestions Services
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A Study on the Improved Business Processes of e-Government System for the Integration of Civil Affairs and Suggestions Services
Park, Dong-Ah; Park, Man-Gon;
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 Abstract
For effective management and processing for civil affairs, online public services are in operation in every administrative organizations. However, due to the lack of links in each government departmental business processes on e-Government system, the satisfaction of the civil petitioners has not improved. In this paper, we propose an improved business process for the implementation of one-stop integrated civil affairs and suggestions services on e-Government system to reduce the time and cost for processing civil affairs and to improve the efficiency of the public services by cutting down the cost and time. This paper also suggests the ways to improve the quality of public service through redesigning civil affairs processing in the light of integrated system for the civil affairs and its suggestion.
 Keywords
Civil Affairs;Business Process Improvement (BPI);Business Process Reengineering (BPR);System Integration;e-Government;
 Language
Korean
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