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Platform Government in the Era of Smart Technology

Kim, Soonhee / Andersen, Kim Normann / Lee, Jungwoo

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Abstract

Whereas the concept of platform government emerged a decade ago and virtual states are predicted beginning early 2000s, supporting technologies and infrastructures are now being installed and implemented with highly integrative technologies such as cloud computing, big data analytics, mobile computing, social media, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence. This realization of platform governments leads us to rethink what have been predicted decades ago. Time has come for us to really open up real opportunities by facing realistic challenges for public management. The pressure for government innovations, such as algorithmic bureaucracy and collaborative value creation, is increasing. Attentions need to be paid with respect to how the managerial role and activities are being transformed, how the nature of work in government is fundamentally changed, and how the decision-making processes are re-institutionalized. Further research issues are discussed at the end of this Viewpoint.

Issue Date
ACCEPT
Publisher
Wiley
DOI
10.1111/puar.13422
Journal Title
Public Administration Review
ISSN
0033-3352
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