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A Study of the Impacts of E-Governance on the Economy, Trends, and Perspective

Johansen, Elias (2023): A Study of the Impacts of E-Governance on the Economy, Trends, and Perspective. Published in: Wilkie Edge Publishers , Vol. 3, No. 2 (15 February 2023): pp. 9-16.

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Researchers are still relatively new to the field of e-governance, so it is a relatively new research field for them.Considering the rapid growth of the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) by governments in the last few years. It is clear that governments are eager to use ICTs to improve the services they provide to their citizens and that they are willing to do so sincerely and eagerly, and they are also planning to establish an online communication system with their citizens with the intention of creating a continuous feedback process that can be used by policymakers to help them make better decisions. Technology has played an important role in the administration of government for many years. However, the advent of the Internet and the World Wide Web made a significant difference in terms of achieving the objectives of improved services, better relationships, and many other things, despite the fact that the use of technology in government has been around for many years. The EU, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan are some of the developed nations that have taken the lead in making their online presence a priority in the world today.The fact that experiments are currently being conducted at various levels, including at the state, center and municipal levels, in developing countries such as Brazil, India and China, is an important point to make. With the aim of offering citizens what their counterparts in first world countries receive, these experiments are being conducted at various levels. An important question must be answered about the impact that the programs that have been designed for e-governance are having on the economy and their effectiveness as well.

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