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In Poland there is neither an internet portal nor an institution for employers responsible for monitoring the legislation process of regulations that determine the rules for business activity. At present employers  learn about changes in the law mainly from mass media or simply through the grapevine, usually with delay.



How to improve the position of Poland in a ranking concerning e-administration


According to the Employers of Poland, a remote, 47th, standing of Poland in the UN ranking on the development of e-administration points to the need to intensify work on the computerization of the public sector and the dissemination of the use of electronic tools.

- The 47th position of Poland in this year's ranking is a worse result than a year and two years ago - stress the experts of the Employers of Poland. – We come out poorly in the area of telecommunication infrastructure and online cooperation between administration and citizens. Only the statistics on the use, by the civil service, of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter place Poland on the second position, after the United States - add the experts of the Employers of Poland.

The main conclusion from the report is that in times of economic downturn it is important not only to maintain a high level of electronic communication between administration and citizens, but also to emphasize the development of systems for information exchange between public institutions.

- If in Poland there was a system enabling officials to have direct electronic access to databases maintained by various public institutions, then this could be regarded as a major advance accelerating different procedures and facilitating citizens' lives – say the experts of the Employers of Poland.