•   Kamen Petrov


— The world is changing in the 21st century and in the conditions of crisis to function normally it focuses on e-government. For its part, e-government is the main platform for digital transformation of public institutions, for improving the quality of administrative services, for the transition to rational electronic processes of functioning and management in the public sector and for electronic access to information available to public institutions. This report presents the main points of the development of e-government processes in Bulgaria and the need to combine the process with e-learning. Processes are a challenge that requires us to make new creative and workable decisions in a pandemic.

Keywords: e-government, models, system, administration, development, process


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Petrov, K. (2020). Problem Aspects of E-Governance and E-Learning Management in Bulgaria. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 5(6). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2020.5.6.591