Technology adoption in the public sector is constantly evolving. Government agencies are continuously searching for new ways to engage the citizenry through digital innovations. Electronic government has emerged as a global phenomenon. Both researchers and practitioners recognize the potential of e-government to transform information and service delivery in the public sector. This special issue explores multiple aspects of e-government in diverse countries. It includes studies that employ diverse methodologies to examine e-government opportunities and challenges at various levels of government.
These four articles provide a glimpse into the diverse nature of e-government information and services. The field is still evolving. This special issue is designed to highlight some of the interesting and emerging concerns in an fascinating domain.
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