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Paper Title: Factors Affecting the Success of E-Government ‎Implementation in developing Countries: A Case ‎Study of Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI)‎
Authors Name: ‎Awder Mohammed Ahmed , Mazen Ismaeel Ghareeb
Unique Id: IJSDR1608051
Published In: Volume 1 Issue 8, August-2016
Abstract: The This paper is attempting to identify the success factors to implementing the E-Government ‎in Developing ‎countries generally and the paper will focus on two case studies in Kurdistan Region of Iraq.‎ There are a huge ‎gap between citizen and government regarding government services. The government need to provide the E-‎Government services with less expensive cost to their citizen, while the citizen expected the best services from ‎the government. In KRI there are some employers it can be represented as E-Government services, such as the ‎passport Office of Sulaimany and Municipality of Sulaimany. This paper will propose the each of the ‎Government’s vision, Citizen Awareness, Trust, and ICT as the main factors to implement the E-Government in ‎developing Countries. This study also proposes some E-Government services for each of Passport Office of ‎Sulaimany and Municipality of Sulaimany in a form of two case studies.‎
Keywords: E-Government , Citizens, Factors, KRI, ICT, Awareness, Trust, Government Vision.‎
Cite Article: "Factors Affecting the Success of E-Government ‎Implementation in developing Countries: A Case ‎Study of Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI)‎", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.1, Issue 8, page no.389 - 397, August-2016, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1608051.pdf
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Published In: Volume 1 Issue 8, August-2016
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