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INDEXING AND THEORIZING LOCAL E-GOVERNMENT
UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2010
  • Ronit Purian, Tel Aviv University
Publication Date
3-23-2010
Abstract
The evolution of E-Government provides the opportunity to explore Information and Communication Technology (ICT) adoption by individuals and organizations. A systematic study of local e-government has provided important insights into this topic. This research created an in-depth index of the local e-government in Israel, and consequently contributed to the establishment of a theory on ICT acceptance and management. 88 Internet websites of local authorities were evaluated. In an attempt to understand the differences between them, questionnaires and interviews were carried on among managers in local authorities. This study draws a line from the individual's digital literacy to her ability to intuitively accomplish the normative principles of Information Systems (IS) planning and implementation.
Citation Information
Ronit Purian. "INDEXING AND THEORIZING LOCAL E-GOVERNMENT" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/purian/3/