Analysis on Open Government Information Under the Perspective of Administrative Power and Administrative System

Qingyong TAN

Abstract


This paper starts from administrative power and administrative system and believes that the tradition of administrative power, administrative power distribution and operation system, administrative power self-isolation and alienation tendencies, administrative structure and traditional bureaucratic system have a significant impact on the construction of open government information system. At the same time, it analyzes the beneficial factors to the open government information and believes that the proposal of modern concept of national governance, the construction and continuous practice of relative centralization of government power system and the continuous development of e-government will contribute to the development of open government information.


Keywords


Administrative power, Administrative system; Open government information

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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