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Electronic (e) government is now deployed by many governments around the world in order to achieve the promise brought by the advancement of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The implementation of many e-government projects, however, seems to have failed to achieve its full potential due to the complex nature of e-government. It is now(More)
The paper deals with ICT human capacity issues, with particular emphasis on e-Government skills and knowledge for the government officials in Brunei Darussalam. The country is moving towards achieving its national development vision WAWASAN 2035; aimed to produce educated and highly skilled people as measured by the highest international standards, amongst(More)
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