An increasing amount of governments worldwide are placing citizen services online. These governments are aspiring to move these services online to achieve a greater return on investment, create convenience for their citizens, create a transparent government, and improve access to services. Although the primary driver for introducing online e-government services is investing for future economic gains, there are many secondary reasons governments want to move services online to help both themselves and citizens. This study addresses each of the barriers and drivers in planning and deploying infrastructure and technological aspects of providing an online service through a government portal. This report provides ABI Research's view of the most likely future market changes and developments.
What Questions Does This Report Answer?
- What will governments invest in the implementation of e-government services?
- What potential savings can be achieved through the deployment of online services?
- How are these savings made?
- What is the population coverage of online e-government services?
- What is the population usage of online e-government services?
- What drivers are pushing governments to adopt online e-government services?
- What inhibitors are there in the implementation of online e-government services?
Who Needs This Report?
- Governing Bodies
- Smart Card Vendors
- Broadband Service Providers
- Communication and Media Providers