Track: Information Systems and Information Technology
Information Technology (IT) Governance has always been an interesting topic even though it has been introduced for quite some time, especially since 2002, when the United States government enacted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, Public Company Accounting Reform, and Investor Protection Act of 2002) as a response to several accounting scandals involving large companies such as Enron, Tyco International, Adelphia, Peregrine Systems, and WorldCom. Currently, almost all government institutions and the public sector in all countries in the world have used IT as a tool to carry out their operational activities. IT governance in government institutions and the public sector is a strategic point for a country. The Industrial Revolution 4.0 which is currently running makes the use of IT wider not only in organizations outside the government and companies but also in many countries that are always responsive and adopt the latest findings in the IT field to be utilized by government institutions and the public sector so that all operations can be carried out. effectively, efficiently and of high quality. This article aims to be able to see how government institutions and the public sector carry out IT governance in terms of the Systematic Literature Review based on articles that have been published in journals and SCOPUS database proceedings in the last 10 years.
Information Technology Governance, Government Institution, Public Sector, Industry 4.0, Systematic Literature Review