Proposal for a software architecture as a tool for the fight against corruption in the regional governments of Peru

Martin M. Soto-Cordova, Samuel León-Cárdenas, Kevin Huayhuas-Caripaza, Raquel M. Sotomayor-Parian

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Abstract

This paper covers the problem of corruption in Peru, with an emphasis on regional governments, and presents a proposal for an anti-corruption software application architecture for those levels of government. The design of the proposal starts from the analysis of corruption encompassing statistical studies, trust evolution, government management, legal situation and incidents in information technology. Also, aspects of the budget allocation, crime data, political party financing data, management resources, contracting processes, integration systems and citizen participation are presented, for the subsequent presentation of the data structure and resources for the software application architecture. The methodology used is of an exploratory documentary type. In addition, a systemic approach and development are considered in three layers: data persistence, logical process, and presentation; considering the interrelationships that must exist between them for the development of the proposed architecture.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)713-719
Number of pages7
JournalInternational Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications
Volume11
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - 2020

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Keywords

  • Anti-corruption
  • Corruption perception index
  • Local government
  • Regional government
  • Software architecture

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