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By using eGovernment websites, both citizen and government can receive benefits. Citizens can receive better and more convenient service whereas governments can reduce operation and management costs. The more citizens use eGovernment websites, the more operation and management costs are reduced. In order to increase the adoption of eGovernment websites,(More)
INTRODUCTION Electronic government, so called e-government, has been broadly defined as the use of information and communication technology (ICT) to transform government by making it more accessible, effective , and accountable (infoDev & CDT, 2002). The Internet is indeed the most powerful and popular means of delivering e-government. Hence, Web sites have(More)
This study aims to understand the fundamental factors influencing the citizen's continuance intention to use e-Government websites by using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) as a based theoretical model. Computer self-efficacy is adopted as an additional factor that influences the citizen's continuance intention to use e-Government websites. To(More)
The paper proposes a framework for developing local e-government. The framework is based on software engineering discipline and its real practice. The framework suggests four perspectives that need to be considered: stake-holders, business drivers, technology drivers, and methodology. It provides a guideline of what to consider in order to set up local(More)
e-Government is employed as a tool for supporting better government administration and public services. The success of e-Government is depending on its quality and usage. The higher e-Government quality, then better administration and services are provided. However, many e-Governments are developed without fully supporting the real government needs and(More)
This paper presents the interview findings of the current situation in software development process management for Executive Information Systems (EIS) in the Thai telecommunications industry and identifies requisite requirements for a successful Knowledge Transfer (KT) framework that consists of two proposed components, which are frameworks themselves: the(More)