E-government is considered as hot topic tackled by many researchers as it is considered as future fact especially for the developing countries. There are different definitions of e-readiness and the successes factors and many different tools of assessment used depending on the results and goals. It very important to gauge the e-readiness state especially in developing countries, as many barriers would be considered as a big challenge. This research introduces a case study of developing countries to explore and discover the success factors that would make the egovernment project viable.
The results show that it is necessary to enhance community awareness about e-literacy. Moreover the problem of professional shortage should be taken into consideration.
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