E-Government Accessibility Research Trends in Developing Countries

@inproceedings{Agangiba2016EGovernmentAR,
  title={E-Government Accessibility Research Trends in Developing Countries},
  author={Millicent Agangiba and Salah Kabanda},
  booktitle={MCIS},
  year={2016}
}
E-government has increasingly been adopted globally by governments in order to enhance the provision of services to citizens and promote inclusive governance. It is perceived that E-government has the potential to significantly improve government-citizen interaction by providing equal access to government services for all citizens. Lack of equal access to E-government services has emerged as one major setback of E-government in achieving its objectives. Studies in E-government have documented… CONTINUE READING

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