E-Government in Singapore — A Swot and Pest Analysis

@inproceedings{CoghillEGovernmentIS,
  title={E-Government in Singapore — A Swot and Pest Analysis},
  author={Ken Coghill}
}
This paper aims to review and evaluate the vision, the objectives and the strategic framework of e-Government in Singapore. Rapidity, Reliability, Efficiency, Cost-effectiveness, Customer-orientation and Accessibility are the main guidelines for the development of egovernment in Singapore in order to provide quality services to users in the digital economy. There are five thrusts and six programs of egovernance in Singapore. The development of e-Government involves three main relationships… CONTINUE READING

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