Developing fullynext term functional previous termE-government: A four stage modelnext term
Type of work: Article (academic)
Literature reports the experiences with previous terme-governmentnext term initiatives as chaotic and unmanageable, despite recent numerous initiatives at different levels of previous termgovernmentnext term and academic and practitioners’ conferences on previous terme-government. E-governmentnext term presents previous termanext term number of challenges for public administrators. To help public administrators think about previous terme-governmentnext term and their organizations, this article describes different previous termstages of e-governmentnext term development and proposes previous terma ‘stagesnext term of growth’ previous termmodelnext term for previous termfullynext term functional previous terme-government.next term Various previous termgovernmentnext term websites and related previous terme-governmentnext term initiatives help to ground and explain this previous termmodel. These stagesnext term outline the multi-perspective transformation within previous termgovernmentnext term structures and previous termfunctionsnext term as they make transitions to previous terme-governmentnext term through each previous termstage.next term Technological and organizational challenges for each previous termstagenext term accompany these descriptions. At the same time, this paper describes how the previous terme-governmentnext term becomes amalgamated with traditional public administrative structure.