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Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research

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NURDIN, Nurdin; STOCKDALE, Rosemary  y  SCHEEPERS, Helana. Understanding Organizational Barriers Influencing Local Electronic Government Adoption and Implementation: The Electronic Government Implementation Framework. J. theor. appl. electron. commer. res. [online]. 2011, vol.6, n.3, pp. 13-27. ISSN 0718-1876.

Researches in electronic government have indicated a number of organizational barriers that hinder the adoption and implementation of electronic government. This paper proposes a research framework for analysing how organizational barriers influence the adoption and implementation of e-government at local levels. The framework is constructed based on four organizational dimensions; adaptability, involvement, mission, and bureaucracy drawn from organizational theories and e-government literature. We found that organizational barriers which are identified in major e-government literature link to the dimensions of organizational culture and effectiveness. Our conclusion is that the framework is relevant to understand organizational barriers influencing adoption and implementation of local e-government. The limitation of this study is that the framework has been developed based on the application of a theoretical lens on the e-government literature. It is now necessary to test this model in different contexts.

Palabras clave : E-government; Adoption; Implementation; Local government; Organizational barriers.

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