A Caring Heart Program Enhancement in Ondo State through Augmented E-Government Implementation Code:[S43NH33]
Internet of Things and Cloud Computing
Volume 2, Issue 4, August 2014, Pages: 17-25
Received: Oct. 4, 2014; Accepted: Oct. 16, 2014; Published: Oct. 30, 2014
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Adegboye Adegboyega, Dept .of Maths/Statistics/Computer & Information System, Achievers University, Owo ,Ondo State, Nigeria
Mamidu Aruna Ishola, Dept. of Accounting, Achievers University, Owo , Ondo State, Nigeria
Adu Babafemi Ojo, Dept. of Business Administration, Achievers University, Owo , Ondo State, Nigeria
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Abstract
This study appraised e-Government implementation in Ondo state government ministries, agencies and departments. It determined the availability of e-Government resources and infrastructure, the stage of e-government implementation and the challenges. Siau and Long, 2005 five phase of e-Government model was used for analysis. Survey design approach was adopted. Data were collected with a structured questionnaire administered to the Director of IT and administrators in the ministries, agencies and departments, result shows 96.42% participation. Collected data were structured into grouped frequency distributions. Findings revealed that Ondo state had made an entrance into e-Government. Resources and infrastructure for e-Governance were available and the State was found to be at the second phase (interaction) of e-Government process and has not effectively demonstrated its capacity to progress towards the higher phases of e-government. The study indentified factors that inhibit the implementation of e-Government in Ondo state and recommended how e-government implementation can be further improved in order to accomplished various present and future government programs and delivered the present and future expectation of citizen, Ondo state vision 20: 2020 and make it a truly Sunshine state. This research work is done using Ondo state as study case; it can be apply to any state in developing countries.
Keywords
E-Government, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), E-Government, A Caring Heart, Ondo State Vision20: 2020
To cite this article
Adegboye Adegboyega, Mamidu Aruna Ishola, Adu Babafemi Ojo, A Caring Heart Program Enhancement in Ondo State through Augmented E-Government Implementation Code:[S43NH33], Internet of Things and Cloud Computing. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2014, pp. 17-25. doi: 10.11648/j.iotcc.20140204.11
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