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Online Article: Here’s How Technology is Changing the Corruption Game

In bureaucracies, paper is power. As part of their digital transformation, governments are seeking to improve both efficiency and transparency, through the expansion of digital services and online government.

The ambition of digital government is to transform the analogue, paper-based, legacy systems used to interact with citizens and make public services open, simple and citizen-centric.

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  • English
  • Anti-corruption
  • Technologies
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  • Global
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Author (individual) Carlos Santiso (Director for Digital Innovation in Government, Development Bank of Latin America)
Publisher World Economic Forum & Apolitical
Publication date 2019
Pagination Online article
Keywords Digital transformation,Red-tape,Technology,Geo-referencing,Gov-tech startup
Date uploaded August 10, 2020, 16:21 (UTC)
Date modified August 16, 2020, 20:50 (UTC)