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"Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing." ~ Wernher von Braun

Assessment of E-Government Portals

Abstract

This research revealed the importance of public service web portals for an e-government information system. An e-government portal is interacting with its administrators, citizens, businesses and other governments helping them increase their operations performance. The authors have developed, modeled, formulated and compared an efficient assessment framework for e-government portals. In order to accomplish such task many quantitative factors and indicators were taken under consideration; also, other frameworks have been studied and compared. The authors focused on the web portals services quantity that the interested parties should use, in order to create an well designed public services’ web portal. This research provides a framework model to evaluate the basic common digital public services that a government offers to its interactive stakeholders, so that all other countries across the world can predefine weaknesses and strengths, improve existing or formulating new e-services. The importance of the assessment framework model is thoroughly explained through the results.

Keywords: e-government portals, e-government information systems, e-government assessment framework, e-government framework, evaluation of information systems, public governanace, e-readiness

Gkikas, D. C., Tzavella, G., Tzioli, M., Vlachopoulou, G., Kondili, I., & Magnisalis, I. (2022). Assessment of E-Government Portals. International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector (IJISSS), 14(1), 1-16. http://doi.org/10.4018/IJISSS.287582

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