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Determinants of e-government maturity: Do organizational specific factors matter?

@inproceedings{Kachwamba2009DeterminantsOE,
  title={Determinants of e-government maturity: Do organizational specific factors matter?},
  author={Muhajir Kachwamba and Ashatu Hussein},
  year={2009}
}
  • Muhajir Kachwamba, Ashatu Hussein
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • E-government is said to be an efficient and effective way of delivering government services to its customers. Web information accessibility and online transactional services increase transparency, openness of bureaucratic institutions and reduce cost of transactions. Global e-government surveys which portray the trend in countries' e-government readiness and stage of e-government maturity rank developing countries at the bottom. Based on the benefits reaped from e-government and the fact that… CONTINUE READING

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