Shadi Al-Khamayseh

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Over the past decade governments all over the world have been moving to providing services to their citizens via the web with varying degrees of success. These e-government initiatives have been the subject of extensive research. Our research is concerned with the transitioning from electronic government to mobile government. Mobile government(More)
This paper forms part of a series of investigations into the key success factors for mobile government services (mGovernment) in Australia, Jordan and the United Arab Republic. The case study in this paper concerns a large city council in Queensland, Australia and provides valuable insights into the adoption of mobile government services. A table of success(More)
The Malaysian Government has been implementing eGovernment initiatives since 1997. One way that the government can demonstrate physically to meet public demands for greater transparency and accountability is to offer online services and products through the EGovernment websites or portals. The eGovernment websites at Federal government, State government and(More)
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