The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 17
Page No. 4310 - 4319

E-government and its Challenges in Developing Countries: Case Study Iraqi e-Government

Authors : Mohammed Abdulameer Mohammed, Burhanuddin Mohd. Aboobaider, Huda Ibrahim, Harith Azam Abdullah, Mohammed Hassan Ali, Mustafa Musa Jaber and Aymen Shawkat

Abstract: Electronic government (e-Government) use information communication technology to provide electronic services to citizen 24/7 in any place by using the internet. Government in Iraq is trying hardly to improve e-Government to provide better e-Services to employee, citizens and private sector. Thus, Iraqi government gives the authorized to ministry of sciences and technology to build successful e-Government. However, e-Government in Iraq now has several kinds of challenges that effect its development. Thus, the main goal of this study is to increase the awareness of e-Government for government, employees, citizens and private sectors by identifying the e-Government in Iraq and explain its challenges.

How to cite this article:

Mohammed Abdulameer Mohammed, Burhanuddin Mohd. Aboobaider, Huda Ibrahim, Harith Azam Abdullah, Mohammed Hassan Ali, Mustafa Musa Jaber and Aymen Shawkat, 2016. E-government and its Challenges in Developing Countries: Case Study Iraqi e-Government. The Social Sciences, 11: 4310-4319.

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