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Title: E-Government evaluation factors: Citizen’s perspective
Authors: Alalwany, H
Alahmari, A
Keywords: Evaluation factors;e-Government;Citizen’s perspective;E-government evaluation;Evaluation framework
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, (EMCIS 2007), Valencia, Spain, 2007
Abstract: The e-government field is growing to a considerable size, both in its contents and position with respect to other research fields. The government to citizen segment of egovernment is taking the lead in terms of its importance and size. Like the evaluation of all other information systems initiatives, the evaluation of egovernments in both theory and practice has proved to be important but complex. The complexity of evaluation is mostly due to the multiple perspectives involved, the difficulties of quantifying benefits, and the social and technical context of use. The importance of e-government evaluation is due to the enormous investment of governments on delivering e-government services, and to the considerable pace of growing in the e-government field. However, despite the importance of the evaluation of e-government services, literature shows that e-government evaluation is still an immature area in terms of development and management. This work is part of a research effort that aims to develop a holistic evaluation framework for e-government systems. The main aim of this paper is to investigate the citizen’ perspective in evaluating e-government services, and present a set of evaluating factors that influence citizens’ utilization of e-government services. These evaluation factors can serve as part of an e-government evaluation framework. Moreover, the evaluation factors can also be used as means of providing valuable feedback for the planning of future egovernment initiatives.
URI: http://www.iseing.org/emcis/emcis2007/_private/proceedings.htm
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/8502
ISBN: 978-84-8363-184-3
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