A Proposed M-Government Success Model for Rural Areas

  • Authors

    • Salih Hajem Glood
    • Wan Rozaini Sheik Osman
    • Maslinda Mohd Nadzir
    • . .
  • Evaluation IS success, mobile government, net benefits of IS.
  • As of late, the vast majority of the legislatures chose to utilize the advanced innovations to give administrations and data to their subjects. Versatile innovation that fills in as channels for getting to taxpayer supported organizations has been the basic worries by numerous administration associations. In creating nations, where web get to rates are bring down however cell phone entrance is developing quickly, abusing portable innovation is considered as ideal alternative to give administration and data legislative to their nationals, particularly in country zones. Iraq is one of creating nations is attempting to actualize m-Government administrations for their subjects. Because of various issues and obstructions, for example, wasteful foundation, absence of attributes quality, clashes issues, and money related issues, this activity is as yet not finish yet. In addition, utilizing m-taxpayer supported organizations in Iraq confronted a few of the difficulties and furthermore the disappointment rate of the utilization m-taxpayer supported organizations among the creating nations is viewed as high in light of the fact that there is a hole between the plan and the truth. Thusly, featuring the components that may influence m-government accomplishment among inhabitants' country is vital. This examination plans to propose a way demonstrate for m-government accomplishment among residents in country zones dependent on the previous investigations of assessment data frameworks achievement and different speculations identified with this marvel. This examination utilizes Nvivo programming to help with breaking down writing audit information. As a future work, this model will be tried through disseminating polls among natives in provincial zones of Iraq to concentrate on the basic factors that impact on m-government accomplishment among subjects in Iraq.



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    Hajem Glood, S., Rozaini Sheik Osman, W., Mohd Nadzir, M., & ., . (2018). A Proposed M-Government Success Model for Rural Areas. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7(3.20), 764-769. https://doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v7i3.20.27336