IT Governance in a public organization in a developing

IT Governance in a public organization in a developing country


Information Technology Management (ITG) has been used as a benchmark since the 1990s during the Enron crisis. According to the IT Control Center [1, p. 10] “IT, the government is part of the board and managers. An integral part of public governance and includes components and management and organizational components and functions to ensure that the IT organization supports and promotes the purpose and objective of the organization. According to Weill and Rossi [2, p. 3] “organized team management systems (e.g. committees, budgets, certification, IT organization, restoration, etc.) to promote values organization and purpose, guidelines, standards, values and practices in the IT community that promote job development, data renewal and search, and better social services and political objectives found that there are differences in the private sector, especially in terms of development and public opinion, as a social problem requiring public services and different political systems of politicians, Management and governmental cultural organizations are also a concern for ITG researchers across the field. Role in the broader organization of the organization number of published studies. In our study, we found that there were few studies involving government agencies in developing countries that examined the implementation of ITG in public places.

Research Background

Lane [9] defines IT scope management as a public service provided to citizens in local, regional/local, or environmental areas. Lopez and Fink [10] used force to clearly define government IT services to the public, and management was focused on meeting the needs and aspirations of the community. Mea Sethibe et al. [11] and Khalfan and Gough [12] wrote about the differences between independent and joint ITG groups. Government agencies have a reason to achieve their goals by improving the lives of their citizens, except in the private sector, where income is a fun step. In developing countries, when governments have a high level of election, internal research is required to assess stability to assess the effectiveness of IT governance, structure, and IT management systems. Again, Wilkin and Cambell [3] continue to argue that the difference between developed and developed countries needs to be considered because of the variability in the electoral process. Again, it is important to understand how successful the decision was to use IT metrics in a large system. Faced with the threat of enforcement in an IT company, in the United States by public sector auditors and other private auditors, the COBIT regime has been presented as a way of looking at the responsibilities of private parties. [14]. However, to date, few programs have been developed, such as Val IT [15], that define the relationship between IT, business, and various events within a limited organization. Design, design, setup, and maintenance of IT services. International organizations, such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), have also developed a program called ISO / IEC 38500, 2008 [17] on integrated IT management, which can be used by IT management officials of their organizations [18]. Examining the government IT analysis, we also found that the ITG program developed by Van Greenberger and De Has [19] is comparable to other programs mentioned, providing the ITG analysis conducted at the conference.

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