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Security and Aspects of E-Government in Relationship Between the Office and the Customer

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Observing the current consumer and its surroundings, it is hard not to notice the growing need to exploit the possibilities of computerization not only in commercial and banking services, already well known, but also in administration. The benefits of e-Government have long been recognized by the European Union. Issue of identity card, tax clearance or social security service should become a standard already. Poland has been carrying out EU-level tasks, objectives and priorities for e-government for several years.
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  • Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce, Poland
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