Electronic-Government. Defining e-Government. Is a modern system adopted by the governments using the Inter Net and the Internet to link institutions together, and link different services to private organizations and the general public, and the development of information accessible to
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using the Inter Net and the Internet to link
institutions together, and link different services
to private organizations and the general public,
and the development of information accessible to
relationship characterized by speed and accuracy.
There are many considerations and potential
implications of implementing and designing
e-government, including disintermediation
of the government and its citizens, impacts
on economic, social, and political factors,
vulnerability to cyber attacks, and disturbances to
the status quo in these areas
Although “a prodigious amount of money
has been spent” on the development and
implementation of e-government, some say
it has yielded only a mediocre product. The
outcomes and effects of trial Internet-based
governments are often difficult to gauge or
It is convenient and cost-effective for businesses, and the public benefits by getting easy access to the most current information available without having to spend time, energy and money to get it.