E-government diffusion in Iran: a public sector employees' perspective

  title={E-government diffusion in Iran: a public sector employees' perspective},
  author={Sarfaraz Hashemkhani Zolfani and Maedeh Sedaghat and Meysam Donyavi Rad},
Governments worldwide, since the 1990s, have launched projects with the mission to simplify delivery of services through electronic means (Torres et al., 2005). E-government is a breakthrough of communication and transaction between a government and its citizens or government and industries. The purpose of this paper is to identify the most salient factors that are currently influencing the development and diffusion of e-government in Iran as perceived by government employees involved in e… CONTINUE READING

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