Egovernment: Lessons from Implementation in Developing Countries
AbstractE-government applications from a large number of developing countries are reviewed. Different models of electronic delivery of services are compared. Delivery through conveniently located service centers where citizens are served by operators working on-line seems to be emerging as a popular model in countries with low penetration of Internet. Various elements that constitute readiness in implementing e-government are identified. It is argued that trial through a few quick strike , is important, as the benefits need to be demonstrated to citizens and civil servants.
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E-government; developing countries; service centers; popular model; projects;
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