Türk kamu yönetiminde e-devlet politikası ve yönetimi
In this study, ?E-Government Policy and Management in Turkish Public Administration? has been analyzed. The study is fictionalized as ?policy making, implementation and evaluation? processes in accordance with the method used in public administration literature. Management/organization of the policy is dealt within the frame of change which it undergoes within the process. In the study, e-government policy is evaluated as a choice, as a way-method which public authorities have adopted while providing public services. This choice has emerged as a complementary or as an alternative to the current method which has been organized in the land and which provides services to the addressee in public buildings. In this case, public organizations are transferring public services from public buildings to a new (electronic) environment which relies on computer and internet.From the mid of 1990s forward, Turkey has partaken among the countries which adopted e-government as a policy by believing that public organizations and public services could undergo a transformation by this way. While e-goverment policy, which was firstly initiated by some public institutions? internet site, became widespread among other public institutions in a short time, decision to handle the subject within the frame of a national policy has been taken by policy-makers in order to coordinate personal (corporate) initiatives and to cover other public organizations.Some policy documents and action plans, which cover certain intervals, has been announced within the scope of e-govermnet policy initiated under the leadership of Prime Ministry; proper legal arrangements have been made and technological substructure has been tried to be set up.From the year 2000, with the effect of E-Europe Program, an important ground, even if it is not sufficient, has been covered with the policy which continues in the scope of information society until today. Change and transformation expected in public organizations and services with e-state have not been realized in Turkish Public administration yet. But however, it could be said that the policy is progressing even a little in this way and it gives clues which could provide this change in the long term.