The continuing rapid convergence of government and e-technologies presents new opportunities for research to investigate the ways citizens interact with e-government. The literature in the area is, however, still in its infancy with little or no theoretically grounded empirical research conducted in the area. The present research investigates citizen experience with e-government in the United States and Spain by utilizing difference tests. Results of the difference tests show that the Spanish e-government citizens put more emphasis on information quality in terms of relevance, reliability, timeliness, clarity, conciseness, and currency. Results of the difference tests also show that for the system usage construct, e-government citizens on both side of the Atlantic agree that their e-government should provide superior user training, facilitate use of extranets to communicate with governmental agencies, allow automated transmitting and processing of data, and allow real time monitoring of citizen request for information in an e-government integrated with governmental agencies environment.