The Implementation of E-Government in The Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 in Indonesia

Ida Farida, Refly Setiawan, Anastasia Sri Maryatmi, Masayu Nila Juwita


The implementation of electronic government in the era of the industrial revolution is very influential on people's lives in Indonesia. The transition period towards the industrial revolution era 4.0 is very interesting to discuss, bearing in mind that the Republic of Indonesia is also required to implement industry 4.0 in the government component. This study uses a qualitative method that is literature study. Qualitative research is research that produces information in the form of notes and descriptive data contained in the text under study. The data used is sourced from secondary data relating to the laws and regulations of the Republic of Indonesia related to the application of Electronic Government in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0. The results showed that the development of e-government systems in Indonesia in quantity began to increase but the quality was still inadequate because e-government implementation was not evenly distributed in all regions and still functioned as a provider of static information only. Meanwhile, the fundamental obstacle in the implementation of electronic government in the industrial revolution lies at the local government level. The e-government projection on the development of the industrial revolution  must have the best formula in order to achieve the stated goals.


Implementation, E-government, Industrial Revolution 4.0, Society, Indonesia

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