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  E-government Maturity Model: Developing Countries (Yemen)  
  Authors : Roqiah Atef; Adnan Al Mutawkkil
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E-government (Electronic government) is one of the hottest topics in the Information Technology revaluation. The huge benefits that can be gained were the reason to implement e-government in most countries. However, achieving e-government is not easy Many stages should be implemented to have E-government fully functional . The controversy continues when mentioning previous experiences in the application of e-government, stressing that E-government success or failed is one of the complex issues that are needed to be fully understood about concept of e-government and the benefits of its application. In this paper the maturation of E-government discusses to find out the reasons and solutions to overcome failure . Yemen e-government is struggling to be fully functional. Aims of this paper to investigate the reality of Yemen e-government situation and determines its maturity stage based on maturity models .Furthermore, the paper defines the stage that must be applied to move e-government in Yemen straightforward to be more active and functional .


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 8, Issue 1

Date of Publication : February 2019

Pages : 18-23

Figures :05

Tables : 02


Roqiah Atef : Computer Science, Sana'a University, Sana'a , Yemen

Adnan Al Mutawkkil : Computer Science, Sana'a University, Sana'a , Yemen


Yemen; E-government ; maturity models; stages, transaction

Evaluating e-government is a very important subject, The intention of this paper proposes method for the developing countries to evaluate their e-governments , paper applies this model on Yemen e-government to determine its maturity . As a result, Yemen E government still in the stage one (catalogue ) , Thus, e-government in Yemen needs to move to the next stage which is transaction .Yemen needs hard and fruitful work to reach a fruitful success that all its citizens can be touched.


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