E-government research in the United States

@article{Snead2014EgovernmentRI,
  title={E-government research in the United States},
  author={John T. Snead and Elisabeth Wright},
  journal={Government Information Quarterly},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={129-136}
}
Abstract The purpose of this exploratory study is to review scholarly publications and assess egovernment research efforts as a field of study specific to the United States e-government environment. Study results reveal that researchers who focus on the U.S. e-government environment assess specific e-government topics at the federal, state, and local levels; however, there are gaps in the research efforts by topic areas and across different levels of government, which indicate opportunities for… CONTINUE READING

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