Assessing citizen adoption of e-Government initiativesnext term in Gambia: A validation of the technology acceptance model in information systems success
Type of work: Article (academic)
Categories:e-Government | Participation & Uses
The technology acceptance model (TAM) has been used extensively to explain and predict users’ acceptance of corporate information technology (IT). With the advancement in IT and the expanding popularity of internet applications in Gambia, previous terme-Governmentnext term has been a priority factor in rendering previous termgovernmentnext term services and in making information more accessible to previous termcitizens.next term This study shows how the TAM and previous terme-Government initiativesnext term would positively impact the Gambian previous termgovernment,next term despite the cultural differences within the country. This study developed a successful model of the Gambian previous terme-Governmentnext term system to assist Gambians with more efficient and cost-effective previous termgovernmentnext term operations. The study results reveal that the core constructs of the TAM have strong influences on user-intention towards previous terme-Governmentnext term products. This implies that the Gambian previous termgovernmentnext term can potentially utilize this study’s TAM findings in other contextual settings to design and promote further implementation of previous terme-Governmentnext term systems.