E-Government implementation models and presenting E-Government 2.0 conceptual model
AbstractAbstractPurpose: The purpose of the present study is to determine and identify some essential components of E-Government, and kinds of E-Government implementation models, so that by using them, the E-Government can progress better in the way of fulfilling its goals.Method: this research was done by using descriptive method, by reviewing the texts related to E-Government, and surveying the E-Government implementation models, social networks and web2.0 Â By assessing the E-Government implementation models, the E-Government 2.0 model was presented.Findings: the finding of the study indicated that there are models for the implementation of E-Government 2.0. Regarding the function of web 2.0 technology and social networks in E-Government, as well as investigating the effective factors in accepting this technology, E-Government conceptual model is presented.Conclusion: the results reveal that by admission of web 2.0 technology and social networks into the E-Government, we witness the advent of E-Government 2.0. Before generating E-Government 2.0, we may pay attention to the implementation models and choose the most appropriate one given the circumstance that the E-Government is rendered in it. Presenting E-Government 2.0 conceptual model in this regard is effective.
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