The Barriers of E-Government Success : An Empirical Study from Jordan

  title={The Barriers of E-Government Success : An Empirical Study from Jordan},
  author={Ammar Salamh Mujali Al-rawahna and Shih‐Chih Chen and Chung-Wen Hung},
This paper discussed the E-governmentsuccess barriers and how could these barriers affect in users' dissatisfaction as measure ofE-governmentsuccess. The model explained more embedded relations of Information System (IS) success model in a negative context. E-governmentquality model encompasses information quality, system quality, service quality and IT infrastructures readiness, which are the predecessors of user satisfaction as measure of E-government success. The research model has been… 

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