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The article deals with the application of interoperable digital solutions in the domain of public financial management in order to improve the effectiveness of administrative procedures.
The practical relevance of the topic is derived from the Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe which promotes the interconnection of public portals to elevate the added value of the digitisation of public services. The interconnection of portals and electronic registers can notably facilitate the reduction of administrative burdens, foment the creation of new digital services and contribute to the creation of the Digital State. Nonetheless, there has been little research on how it works in practice and on its impact on the efficiency of public financial management.
The paper systematically reviews the main concepts of public financial management and the relevant strategies on the interoperability of public services. Based on this, it aims to analyse a series of Hungarian practices on interoperability to identify success factors that could support the design of new digital solutions to improve the management of public financial resources.
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Interoperability, public financial management, e-government, public data