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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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E-Government Sustainability & Governance: A General Framework

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Basem Nasser, Derar Eleyan, Maan Alkhateeb



Digitalization, Developing Countries, E-Government, Empirical Study, Governance, Sustainability, Smart Cities.



The rapidly growth nowadays of information technology influence the world in many aspects, such as the e-business, geographical boundaries, government services, and banking sectors,...etc. Currently, the E-government is considered as a vital medium for providing government services with much comprehensiveness and efficiency, were as it improves the government performance credibility and proactivity in addition to enabling quick responses to wide aspects. This paper in specific review and assess the latest literatures related to e-government implementations, factors affecting it or affected by it (two-dimensional assessment) in term of economic sustainability, governance, collaboration, and urbanization. About the effect of e-government on the sustainability indicators, the paper outputs illustrate that digital transformation of government infrastructure and services enhance corruption control and governmental best practices. According to our findings, the paper provides recommendations for better future implementation of e-government and setting the related framework on how to dedicate technology to be used in the process of public sector reform.



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