E-government Adoption in Egypt: Analysis, Challenges and Prospects
Abdel Nasser H. Zaied, Asmaa Hanafy Ali, Haitham Abdelmonem El-Ghareeb "E-government Adoption in Egypt: Analysis, Challenges and Prospects", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V52(2),70-79 October 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
E-government is a kind of governmental administration which is depend on ICT Services. The core of e-government is using information technology to break the boundary of administrative organizations, and build up a virtual electronic government. various governments applied the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are increased to deliver their services at the locations convenient to its citizens. Egypt, as a developing country with an economy in transition, started to invest in building its communication and information technology infrastructure since 1985 as a vital tool for development. Egypt is still faced by many challenges in its efforts to implement e-government initiatives successfully. This is basically attributed to the conventional problems or obstacles that could restrict growth of any government. This paper aims to study E-government, presents egovernment in Egypt, Challenges of the E- government in Egypt. Furthermore, it’s provides solutions to these challenges.
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ICT, E- Readiness, E-government, Egypt, Egovernment adoption.