Developing Electronic Government Models for Nigeria: An Analysis

PhD Thesis


Azenabor, C. E. 2013. Developing Electronic Government Models for Nigeria: An Analysis. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Architecture Computing and Engineering
AuthorsAzenabor, C. E.
TypePhD Thesis
Abstract

This research work is based on intensive qualitative analysis towards the development of an e-Government platform for Nigeria a developing country in the West Africa sub-region. The case studies were carried out in some developed and developing countries that are useful and relevant to Nigeria e-Government. Having carefully reviewed the case studies, I observed that South Korea, United Kingdom and United States of America are using e-Government facilities to a considerable extent. Other countries such as China, Malaysia, Australia, India, and Ireland are still developing. The aim is to develop e-Government models for Nigeria by examining existing models used in Western countries and analysing those models which will help to solve some security issues, prevent corruption and save cost. This research led to the development of six e-Government models which led to the final Proposed Unified Nigeria e-Government Framework (see chapter 8, Figure 8.7) below. This Framework is to enhance the implementation and the adoption of e-Government at all levels.

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PublisherUniversity of East London
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