Administrative

Administration

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En droit

On appelle administration l’ensemble des services chargés d’assurer le fonctionnement d’un État, d’une collectivité territoriale ou d’un service public. On parle aussi parfois de l’administration d’une entreprise, qu’on appelle alors administration privée pour la distinguer des administrations publiques.

Administration publique

L'administration territoriale est l’organisation institutionnelle.

Le terme désigne dans certains pays le pouvoir exécutif :

Autres administrations

En informatique

En informatique, l'administration consiste en la gestion (maintenance, améliorations) et/ou la police de systèmes informatiques, et ayant pour cela des permissions d'accès aux données et aux fonctionnalités plus étendues que les autres utilisateurs.

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