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Issue № 47. December 2014

E-government in Customs System in Ukraine

Galina Y. Kulik, Maxim N. Razumey

Galina Y. Kulik — Ph.D., Deputy Rector, Ukrainian Academy of Customs, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
E-mail: galchata_86@mail.ru

Maxim N. Razumey — Chief State Inspector, Customs Value Control Division, Directorate of Customs Value, Classification of Goods and Foreign Trade Regulation Measures, Department of Customs, Ministry of revenue and duties of Ukraine; graduate student, Ukrainian Academy of Customs, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
E-mail: bruzh.85@mail.ru

The article examines the features of e-government in public administration in Ukraine. The main stages of e-government development and implementation in Ukrainian customs bodies are considered. Much attention is focused on modern information and telecommunication systems and technologies and their role in the formation of effective public administration mechanisms in customs affairs in Ukraine. Key priorities of the customs system in the application of modern e-government methods and tools are defined. Furthermore, the prospects of development and improvement of an integrated system "E-Customs" are considered. The authors stress the importance of e-government in customs bodies for the improvement of customs system efficiency.

Keywords

E-government, customs affairs, information system, electronic declaration, electronic flow of documents.

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