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E-Government in the Caribbean Nations
Journal of Global Information Technology Management (2009)
  • Rhoda Joseph, Pennsylvania State University
  • Patrick I. Jeffers, Georgia Southern University
E-government is a global phenomenon, whereby government authorities provide various services online to citizens, businesses, and employees. This study provides an overview of the current state of e-government in the Caribbean. The methodology employed is a web site content analysis using a theoretical framework based on the Siau and Long (2005) e-government stages model. This analysis focuses specifically on member states of the Caribbean Community also called Caricom, which is a trade agreement encompassing several of the territories in the region. This study examines the level of maturity of e-government in the Caribbean. Our analysis indicates that e-government among Caricom member-countries is established and poised for continued growth.
  • E-government,
  • E-government maturity,
  • Caribbean,
  • Caricom,
  • Developing countries
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Rhoda Joseph and Patrick I. Jeffers. "E-Government in the Caribbean Nations" Journal of Global Information Technology Management Vol. 12 Iss. 1 (2009) p. 52 - 70 ISSN: 1097-198X
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