IJIMT 2017 Vol.8(4): 313-319 ISSN: 2010-0248
doi: 10.18178/ijimt.2017.8.4.747

Skills and Factors of e-Government: Case Study of Sultanate of Oman

Muatasim Al Salmi, Shahimi Mohtar, and Norlena Hasnan
Abstract— Every government is seeking to provide the best services to its country to achieve efficiency and accepted performance. This goal could be achieved by improving the service performance of the entire sectors in society. Revealing key elements of e-government factors and skills that would affect the success of e-Government is the study priority goal. Hence, the purpose of this research is to investigate and explore the factors that drive the e-government implementation and adoption that would affect the government performance as well as the success in Sultanate of Oman. Thus, the study outcomes should be the guidance to conduct e-government projects in Sultanate of Oman to reduce and eliminate as much as possible the failure possibilities. The study should also provide roadmaps and guidelines for future researchers and policy makers on the project in general and focused in citizen’s determinants for e-government services that would enhance the Citizen-government relationship.

Index Terms— G2C, G2G, G2B, G2E, ICT.

Muatasim Al Salmi and Mohtar Shahimi is with the University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia (e-mail: alsalmi.m@gmail.com, shahimi@uum.edu.my). Norlena Hasnan is with the School of Technology, Management and Logistics (STML), Malaysia (e-mail: norlena@uum.edu.my).

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Cite: Muatasim Al Salmi, Shahimi Mohtar, and Norlena Hasnan, " Skills and Factors of e-Government: Case Study of Sultanate of Oman," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 313-319, 2017.

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