A política de governo eletrônico no Brasil : uma análise dos governos FHC e Lula
Mantovane, Solange Aparecida
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This dissertation is proposing to make an analysis on how Information Technology and Communications became part of the structure of state administration in Brazil, taking into account their different stages of merger and consolidation in the context of the restructuring of the state late twentieth century. Specifically, it is to examine how the use of Information Communication Technologies was incorporated into the routine of public administration and translated into the creation and development of a policy for electronic government (or e- Government) in the period extending from first mandate of Fernando Henrique Cardoso to the last term of the government of Luis Inacio Lula da Silva. This analysis is done through a historical reconstruction of what has to be such a policy, covering all phases of development, beyond the key actors for implementation. We assume that the analysis of influence of theses mechanisms is fundamental to understanding the path that takes politics in this country. From this we make a balance between the two government studied in order to check the continuities, innovations and setbacks of e-government policy in the period. This balance is organized from the checklist used by Chahin (2004), is based on best global practices of e-government, and includes the following dimensions: leadership and coordination, policy formulation and evaluation, cultural environment, infrastructure and standards.