عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the options for governments to improve the quality of services and increase their availability is the use of information and communication technology and e-government. Generally, the main gateway to providing e-services is the same as the corporate website or department store, where all services are provided in that way. In recent years, several models have been proposed for the development of e-government.
Many services offered to citizens within the framework of the e-government, services such as the establishment of scientific communication, the presentation of the history of research carried out in the country, the presentation of research achievements in compliance with the laws and intellectual property rights, the provision of various standards in the field of publishing and scientific communication and representation, exploring the state of science and research in the country, of which they can be called scientific information management. In this research, we intend to present the role of the Iranian Institute of Information Science and Technology Institute (Irandoc) in providing information management services in the framework of e-government.
Therefore, in this paper, we look at the development of e-government in Iran and in comparison with the other countries, and the status of our country has been studied in this regard. Then, according to the studies, the most important documents developed and the historical list of e-government development approvals have been extracted. Despite numerous studies and documentation, there is no comprehensive plan for the deployment and development of e-government that has been approved by the public authorities. After that, the services provided in the form of e-government in Irandoc have tried to provide a proper classification of services according to the categories in the literature review. The implementation of services provided with upstream documents at the end of this paper can be a roadmap for continuing to develop the e-government services at the Irandoc.