Evaluating the Development of E-Government in Indonesia

Sabani, A, Deng, H and Thai, V 2019, 'Evaluating the Development of E-Government in Indonesia', in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Software Engineering and Information Management 2019, Bali, Indonesia, January 10-13 2019, pp. 254-258.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Evaluating the Development of E-Government in Indonesia
Author(s) Sabani, A
Deng, H
Thai, V
Year 2019
Conference name 2nd International Conference on Software Engineering and Information Management (ICSM 2019)
Conference location Bali, Indonesia
Conference dates January 10-13 2019
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Software Engineering and Information Management 2019
Publisher ACM
Place of publication Bali, Indonesia
Start page 254
End page 258
Total pages 5
Abstract This paper presents an analysis of the challenges for the development of electronic government (e-government) in Indonesia. The study mainly focuses on the implementation of egovernment in the transaction stage. The type of e-government is discussed, the stage of e-government development is evaluated, and the progress of e-Indonesia initiative is assessed. There are various obstacles to the development of e-government in Indonesia including poor ICT infrastructure, inadequate human resources, lack of readiness among citizens to use e-government services, and unsupportive environment. Due to these challenges, it is recommended for the Indonesian Government to develop comprehensive programs and progress assessments which include technology, organization, citizen and environment dimensions to support the development of e-government.
Subjects Information Systems Management
Keyword(s) applied computing
computers in other domains
computing in government
e-government
DOI - identifier 10.1145/3305160.3305191
Copyright notice © 2019 Association for Computing Machinery.
ISBN 9781450366427
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