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Abstract

In article the models of “electronic government” in the world are analysed, 4 main models of “electronic government" exist : continental model; Anglo-American model which reflects specific features of becoming of electronic government in USA and Great Britain; Asian model; Russian model. Each of these models has its feature. Continental model of electronic government is characterised by presence of above-state institutes (European Parliament, European Comission, European court), recommendations of which are compulsory for execution by all countries of EU. Anglo-American model of electronic government is advanced in USA, Canada and Great Britain. In USA the main accent is made to universal service of citizens and supplying by their information. Asian model of electronic government relies to specific control style. The author, considering the models of “electronic government” in the world, notes that a few approaches to classification of the models “e-Government” in modern period exist. But neither of these approaches is not confirmed official international units, UN or his structures, i.e. are not customary. Taking into account that in CIS states intensively “electronic government”, particularly intensively develops, in Byelarus, Kazakstan, Russia, Uzbekistan. The author believes that it will be right to date, if to allocate the main three models “e-Government: Western, Eastern and CIS countries.

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