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Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences >> Call for Papers Vol. 8 No. 3, March 2017

Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences

Kurdistan Region E-Government, Requirements and Benefits

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Author Sarhan S. Dawood
ISSN 2079-8407
On Pages 1358-1367
Volume No. 3
Issue No. 10
Issue Date November 01, 2012
Publishing Date November 01, 2012
Keywords E-Government, Kurdistan region, information technology, communication, transformation, citizen, services


The start of the twenty-first century and expansion in the use of the internet brought about great developments in the techniques of information technology (IT) and communications. These developments have greatly affected the life activities of most societies, and the most obvious example of this effect is the translation of daily activities, including government work, from the traditional to the electronic (digital). This transformation caused most governments to seek the development of strategic plans to employ these techniques as well. The goal is to gradually employ the new style of management to provide services and communicate with their citizens from the previous traditional paper style (paper based activities) to the new electronic pattern known as Electronic Government (E-Government). This transformation requires the understanding and performing of analytical and critical studies of the idea of E-Government. This understanding will help to demonstrate the pros and cons of this transformation, its requirements, and the social and economic impacts resulting from it. The research uses an analytical approach to define the concepts of E-Government system, to demonstrate the pros and cons of the system, and to show the challenges of applying the system on the activities of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq. The most important idea of this research is that the E-Government is a system consisting of a set of interrelated elements that must be understood well in line with the reality of social, economic, cultural, political and technical of the Kurdistan region.  


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