Five stage development framework for electronic government
Mousavi, Seyed A.Amin, Pimenidis, Elias and Jahankhani, Hamid 2010. Five stage development framework for electronic government. 10th European Conference on e-Government. University of Limerick in the National Centre for Taxation Studies, Limerick, Ireland 17 - 18 Jun 2010 Academic Conferences International (ACI).
|Authors||Mousavi, Seyed A.Amin, Pimenidis, Elias and Jahankhani, Hamid|
The purpose of this paper is to discuss a framework for developing electronic government applications from the early stages of the process. In previous work the authors had reviewed four popular staged-development models for electronic government, had highlighted their shortcomings and had proposed a five stage model had for developing electronic government. This framework defines activities required to be performed in each stage. It also addresses some of the limitations and the shortcomings of previous models. Some key considerations in developing the proposed electronic government development framework are digital divide, trust, usability, accessibility as well as education and training. In this work the framework is being evaluated against a best practice case of developing electronic government. This is used to assess the framework’s capability in: addressing and maintaining strengths, encouraging possible opportunities, identifying and addressing weaknesses and threats. The findings show that most of the issues arising from the case study have been addressed by the proposed framework but there are some issues which need further exploration.
|Keywords||E-government development; Limitations of staged-development; Digital Divide; Trust; User Training|
|Conference||10th European Conference on e-Government|
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|Deposited||29 Oct 2010|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.academic-conferences.org/eceg/eceg2010/eceg10-home.htm|
|Place of publication||Academic Conferences International (ACI).|
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