The whole world in the process of digital transformation (DT), every company in every size, all is attempt to accelerate their digital transformation before their competitor did. Digital transformation (DT) also be the global trend for government, and government transformations if you read in the global news, it take place every country in the globe.
Government or public sector had extensive range of technology by generation one a decade, some as old as from IBM dominance main frame technology, to Windows-Intel (WinTel) Windows server and client, to client/server application and web application, and the modern mobile application to perform various federal to state government function. As the one of the
The Advantages of Electronic-Government The ultimate goal of the e-government is to be able to offer an increased portfolio of public services to citizens in an efficient and cost effective manner. It allows for government transparency because it allows the public to be informed about what the government is working on as well as the
Many developing countries face significant challenges associated with collecting taxes and tendering public contracts. High tax compliance costs due to cumbersome regulations and harassment by tax officials deter investment, encourage tax evasion, and undermine economic growth. The public procurement of goods and services is often rife with collusive practices and corruption, resulting in the misallocation
In the following, the key security challenges facing operation of cross-border eGovernment systems are described. Network security With eGovernment the need for security in communication networks is increasing and resilience against network attacks (access, modification, denial of service) is of pivotal importance. Threats to network security (cyber terrorism, cyber espionage, Advanced Persistent Threats, blended threats
There are several challenges that can delay progress towards realizing the promise of e-government. The variety and complexity of e-government initiatives implies the existence of a wide range of challenges and barriers to its implementation and management. This section, will briefly introduce the most important and common challenges and barriers as follows. ICT Infrastructure The
E-government is also known by different terms such as Electronic Government, Electronic Governance, Digital Government, Online Government, e-Gov etc. In fact, there are many definitions for the term e-Government and differences reflect the priorities in the government strategies. Fang (2002) defined e-government as a way for governments to use the most innovative information and communication