E-Government Information Systems and Cloud Computing (Readiness and Analysis)

@article{Kurdi2011EGovernmentIS,
  title={E-Government Information Systems and Cloud Computing (Readiness and Analysis)},
  author={Rabea Kurdi and A. Taleb-Bendiab and Martin Randles and Mark John Taylor},
  journal={2011 Developments in E-systems Engineering},
  year={2011},
  pages={404-409}
}
A new wave of the IT revolution, e-government, presents a tremendous opportunity to move forward providing higher quality, and cost-effective government services as well as creating a better relationship between citizens and government. The literature review, presented in this paper however, indicated that e-government readiness is a major concern, and that currently there is little availability of comprehensive assessment methods for e-government readiness and most of the assessment frameworks… CONTINUE READING

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