The aim of this research is to assess the influential role of Geographic Information -as the location information concept- over citizens E-government adoption model citizens to adopt e-government and to introduce a full GI-based e-government citizens’ adoption framework entitled GE-government. A thorough literature review was executed in order to examine how GI is relevant to e-government services and to identify the aspects of GI that may affect e-government adoption by citizens. This paper proposes a factor that could affect e-government adoption modelling, which has not been identified in the literature, so far. The paper concludes with a proposed GE-government citizens’ adoption framework and outlines future research that will examine its validity.
Dennaoui, Hassan and Kokkinaki, Angelika, "Ge-Government: A Geographic Information Based E-Government Adoption Framework" (2017). MCIS 2017 Proceedings. 31.