A REVIEW OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE SUCCESS /FAILURE OF E-GOVERNMENT PROJECTS
It is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore the important role of e-government. A lot of countries have the desire to implement e-government project. But the fate of most projects is the failure. There are many factors have an impact on the success or failure of e-government project. In this paper, these factors will be listed and classified into Organization, Technical, Social and Governing factors. In addition, they will be discussed. At the end of this paper, many recommendations have been listed and explained that may help in the success of e-government projects.
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