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Short reflection on the outlook for E-Government in Germany with a focus on the “Rigor of Interdisciplinary Communication"

Title:
Short reflection on the outlook for E-Government in Germany with a focus on the “Rigor of Interdisciplinary Communication"
Authors:
Abstract:
There can be no doubt that all the staff in public administrations require new e-competences in e-government for practice (Sondermann, 2016; Hill, 2011). However, these competences should go beyond the simple operability of an application, specialist IT knowledge, and the skilled handling of IT tools (Schuppan, 2009). Studies in Germany show that the specific knowledge required for e-government to function is not adequately incorporated into the educational system, either in university courses or in advanced training programs (Lück-Schneider & Schuppan, 2017). The educational landscape in e-government is highly fragmented (Becker et al., 2016). In a study from 2014, 53 percent of administration-related programs made no reference at all to e-government (IfG.CC, 2014). The relevant courses in business computing and law connected with e-government deal with the digitization of administration as a “niche topic,” and trainings at the advanced or postgraduate level also teach different competences, mostly with a legal focus (Becker et al., 2016). This requires a re-orientation of staff and specific skills in all fields of work, which are also reflected in requests to adapt, in particular, the general non-technical management curriculum (Lück-Schneider & Schuppan, 2017). New e-competences on e-government in education and studies require interdisciplinary – Why Do We Don’t Do It?
Year:
2020
Publication type:
Journal article
Journal:
Journal of Systemic, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI)
ISSN:
1690-4524 (Online)
Number:
1
Volume:
18
Pages:
29-30
Language:
English
Document status:
Open access
PubListerURL:
https://publister.bib.th-wildau.de/publister/public/publication/2827
Keywords:
Interdisciplinary Communication, E-Government, E-Competences
Scholl, M. (2020). Short reflection on the outlook for E-Government in Germany with a focus on the “Rigor of Interdisciplinary Communication" Journal of Systemic, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI). 18 (1), 29-30.
@article{2827,
    author           = {Scholl, Margit},
    title            = {Short reflection on the outlook for E-Government in Germany with a focus on the “Rigor of Interdisciplinary Communication" : Rigor and Inter-Disciplinary Communication},
    journal          = {Journal of Systemic, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI)},
    year             = {2020},
    volume           = {18},
    number           = {1},
    pages            = {29-30},
    publisher        = {Thomas Marlowe and Nagib Callaos},
    url              = {http://www.iiisci.org/journal/sci/Contents.asp},
}


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