The purpose of this paper is to explore empirically the implementation of e-government in a developing country in the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC) and the key challenges that influence implementation. A case study (using interview-based research) was undertaken within the State of Qatar. After reviewing the available literature, the paper first proposes a conceptual model, which was then used to explore e-government related change by considering the key forces influencing implementation from an organisational, technological, social and political context. The empirical results confirmed previously findings in literature and identified a number of new issues that were influencing e-government implementation in Qatar which were not explicitly discussed in prior e-government research.
EL-Haddadeh, Ramzi; Weerakkody, Vishanth; AL-Shafi, Shafi H.; and Ali, Maged, "E-Government implementation Challenges: A Case study" (2010). AMCIS 2010 Proceedings. 312.