Towards Developing Successful E-Government Websites

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Abstract

Quality is a key factor to ensuring success of e-government websites. Therefore, a definition for high-quality e-government website is required, as well as, an e-government systems quality evaluation methodology. This paper identifies quality attributes that are required to assess the quality of an e-government website, which should be considered by developers during the development of e-government applications. The primary goals are identifying, qualifying, categorizing, and ranking these factors, and then defining the interrelations among these quality factors.

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O. Rababah, T. Hamtini, O. Harfoushi, B. Al-Shboul, R. Obiedat and S. Nawafleh, "Towards Developing Successful E-Government Websites," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 6 No. 11, 2013, pp. 559-563. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2013.611067.

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