Implications of e-government on information delivery services

@inproceedings{Nkomo2012ImplicationsOE,
  title={Implications of e-government on information delivery services},
  author={Ntando Nkomo},
  year={2012}
}
Offering services electronically by government and public institutions is now common practice, and the terms ‘egovernance’ ,‘e-government’, ‘e-government services’ and ‘government e-services’ have become increasingly popular. This paper which is a prologue to the study investigating the availability of e-government services to rural KwaZulu Natal sought to explain what these terms mean in relation to e-government service provision in South Africa (SA), concluding with their implications on… CONTINUE READING

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