Application and Development Prospect of Digital Transformation in Public Sector

Jiawei Tong


The connection between policymakers' customers (i.e., people) and providers (i.e., public institutions) has undoubtedly changed as a result of digitalization and the adjustment of administration to the digital age. Given the evolving nature of politics, the term "e-governance" is the one that is most frequently used to describe the outcome of this digital change. This special issue focuses on digitalized public services by examining methods and difficulties in their creation, consumption, and assessment. This paper discusses the application benefits and growth prospects of digitalization associated with project governance in the public sector, so that it would make it better serve life and production, in order to better promote the application of digital technology in the public sector and promote the development of e-government.


Digital Transformation; e-Government; Public Service; Digital Economy

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