E- Government and its obstacles in developing nations. A Case study of Malaysia e-government

Bello Taofeek Abidemi, Iliyasu Najeemdeen, Bello M. Kehinde, Peter Ugochukwu Anuforo


It is imperative for government of any nation to deliver public service efficiently and effectively due to the benefits its generates to the nation. However, E- Government services are still faced with increasing obstacles in developing nations such as Malaysia. The present study gives an insight in to e-government services in Malaysia, how the internet as assisted E-government services and also some obstacles affecting E-government services.


obstacles, E-government, services

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