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The Factors Affecting Information Communication Technology towards EGovernment: Evidence from the Jordanian Public Organizations

The Jordanian government developed a vision to transform the nation into a sustainable knowledge society by supporting information and communication technologies to improve government services. According to a United Nations (2014) report, Jordan ranks 74th worldwide in e-government readiness; the lo... Full description

Journal Title: International Journal of Economic Perspectives 2017, Vol.11(2), pp.347-358
Main Author: Alkhawaldah, Atef
Other Authors: Zan, Zainal , Melan, Mustakim
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title: The Factors Affecting Information Communication Technology towards EGovernment: Evidence from the Jordanian Public Organizations
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  • Government Information
  • Success
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description: The Jordanian government developed a vision to transform the nation into a sustainable knowledge society by supporting information and communication technologies to improve government services. According to a United Nations (2014) report, Jordan ranks 74th worldwide in e-government readiness; the lowest when compared to other countries in the region. The goal of this conceptual paper was to describe the processes associated with e-government in Jordan, as well as the limitations and recommendations for the role of executives in public organization for successful execution of e-government initiatives. The main findings developed into a concept for a recommended model for executives in Jordan to use for the successful implementation of e-government initiatives. Two themes emerged from conceptual research: (a) there is a need for e-government, (b) the e-government creates better changes.
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