IC5e 2015

International Conference on eBusiness, eCommerce, eManagement, eLearning and eGovernance 2015

 


IC5e 2015 Kokula Krishna Hari K
Publication Meta Value
Short Title IC5e 2015
Publisher ASDF, India
ISBN 13 978-81-929742-8-6
ISBN 10 81-929742-8-6
Language English
Type Hard Bound - Printed Book
Copyrights IC5e Organizers / DCRC, London, UK
Editor-in-Chief Kokula Krishna Hari K
Conference Dates 24 - 25, July 2015
Venue Country London, United Kingdom
Submitted Papers 417
Acceptance Rate 4.31%
Website www.ic5e.org

Paper 001


Factors That Influence E-Government Adoption in Selected Districts of Tanzania

Factors That Influence E-Government Adoption in Selected Districts of Tanzania

Mercy Milay Komba1, Patrick Ngulube1

1University of South Africa, South Africa

Abstract

Tanzania government has been making efforts to provide its information and services through internet. However, e-government adoption has been quite slow. Few publications explore e-government adoption in Tanzanian context; therefore, the purpose of this paper is to assess factors that influence citizen adoption of e-government in Tanzania.Design/methodology/approach- A survey was administered to elicit factors for e-government adoption in Tanzania. Findings- The results of multiple linear regressions indicate that social influence and system quality significantly influence e-government adoption in Tanzania.Research limitation/implications- In light of these findings, researchers should conduct a similar study using other different models of e-government adoption, in order to identify more factors that influence e-government adoption in Tanzania. Practical implications- Policy makers and e-government project teams should consider these factors to facilitate e-government adoption within the country.

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Mercy Milay Komba, Patrick Ngulube. “Factors That Influence E-Government Adoption in Selected Districts of Tanzania.” International Conference on eBusiness, eCommerce, eManagement, eLearning and eGovernance (2015): 1-19. Print.