Europeanization of Law in Poland and Ensuring Information Security as a Task of Public Administration
Purpose: The aim of this article is to describe the important determinants the process of Europeanization of law in Poland and information security as a task of public of administration. Design/Methodology/Approach: The main methodology was based on the analysis of the results of scientific research and a synthetic description of the key conclusions draw from the review of the literature describing various aspects of the analyzed issue concerning the Europeanization of law and information security. Administrative law organizational structures were indicated along with the functional rules as well as methods and legal forms of operation. The approach of the community law to the provisions of the Constitution of Poland was noted. The considerations related to the Europeanization have led to the definition of the ,,European Administrative Space”, as a model for public administration aimed at achieving common and similar administrative solutions. Furthermore, the impact of the community law on the behaviour of office clerks has been presented as well as their attitude to the administration clients. Due to this, the European Code of Good Administration Behaviour (ECGAB) has been subject to analysis. Findings: The article diagnoses the key determinants of Europeanization of law in Poland and information security as a task of public of administration. The working hypothesis refers to the assumption that current Polish law regulations highlighting the importance information security and other legal acts enable the whole system to work efficiently. Moreover, good implementation of the aforementioned regulations are to be notices as an important part Europeanization of law. Practical Implications: In order to further improve Polish law, should be continued on the implementation of EU law in Poland. Therefore, it is necessary to constantly research and analyze legal provisions, taking into account the issues of information security in the activities of public administration. Originality/Value: For the purposes of this article, a multifaceted, synthetic and critical analysis of data available in the source literature was carried out. The proposed solutions are to contribute to ensuring information security on the part of public administration.