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Examining the Role of the Culture of Local Government on Adoption and Use of E-Government Services

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This paper describes research in progress to explore the role of culture in adoption of e-government at local government levels. The majority of research in electronic government highlighted cultural issues but they do not identify specific cultural traits influencing e-government adoption and use. From our literature review we identified four major cultural traits; adaptability, involvement, mission, and bureaucratic, that is explored in this research. Based on these cultural traits and other cultural issues surrounding the adoption of e-government, we develop a framework to explore the role of culture in adopting and using e-government systems at local government organizations. Evidences suggest that the adoption of e-government at local levels is either mandatory or voluntary which is followed by supportive policies from central governments. Our conclusion is that during the adoption process, the cultural traits contribute to the adoption and use of e-government systems.
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hal-01054632 , version 1 (07-08-2014)

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Nurdin Nurdin, Rosemary Stockdale, Helana Scheepers. Examining the Role of the Culture of Local Government on Adoption and Use of E-Government Services. Joint IFIP TC 8 and TC 6 International Conferences on E-Government, E-Services and Global Processes (EGES) / Global Information Systems Processes (GISP), / Held as Part of World Computer Congress (WCC), Sep 2010, Brisbane, Australia. pp.79-93, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-15346-4_7⟩. ⟨hal-01054632⟩
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