E-government Stage Models: A Contextual Critique

@article{Debri2015EgovernmentSM,
  title={E-government Stage Models: A Contextual Critique},
  author={Finn Debri and Frank Bannister},
  journal={2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2015},
  pages={2222-2231}
}
Since the first stage models of e-government were proposed around 2000, there have been at least 15 variants published in the academic and professional literature. This paper is a critical examination of these models which places them in the wider historical context of information systems stage and maturity modeling. It is argued that, with a small number of exceptions, most e-government stage models are theoretically weak being descriptive, not well grounded in empirical evidence and/or… CONTINUE READING

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