The Level of E-Government Adoption: The Case of Jogjakarta's Local Governments

Abstract

Indonesia ranked 96 out of 191 United Nations' members state in e-government readiness index. Since Indonesia has a great deal of heterogeneity in term of economic development, infrastructure, and human resources quality, we tried to study the state of e-government adoption by looking at local governments. Stanton's framework wais used to evaluate local government websites. We found that the provincial and local government web sites in Jogjakarta had not moved from web-based information publishing to e-transactional presence and far from being an integrated virtual government.

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