Electronic Governance in the Implementation of Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) in the City of Makassar
Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) refers to the enforcement of traffic violations by applying electronic tickets using cameras installed at central traffic points, to supervise violations committed by the public in the form of digitizing tickets. Egovernment is an effort to reduce accident rates and traffic violations through Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) in Makassar. This study uses a literature review with a primary focus on the literature. The literature review achieves an ongoing dialogue in the literature, fills gaps, and expands upon previous studies. The results of this study address e-government as an application of information technology, a broader topic of the use and application of information and communication technology for the management of relationships and networks in society to achieve effective, efficient, sustainable, and quality governance. The application of ETLE focuses on the integration of vehicle data, which must be updated, and the confirmation process for offenders and police is carried out by digitalization. E-government is a transformative application of information technology. E-government is closely related to the realization of values that reflect good governance by prioritizing a thorough digitization process starting from the ticket process, confirmation process, and online ticket payment. This is in addition to the efforts of the police of the Republic of Indonesia to make efforts to update data on a regular basis so that the optimization of ETLE can run well.
Keywords: digitalization, electronic traffic law enforcement, governance
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