The purpose of this paper is to examine the intentions to use and satisfaction with electronic District system from the perspective of largely computer and Internet literate citizens from the state of Bihar in India. Measuring success of the system becomes significant also because this system was at the pilot-testing phase at the time of gathering data for it. The study used a combined IS success model to measure the success of this system. The proposed model contains constructs including information quality, system quality, perceived usefulness, intention to use, and user satisfaction. The empirical outcomes positive and significant relationships between all seven hypotheses formulated between five constructs. The empirical findings and discussion presented in this research might help the state government of Bihar to fully utilise the potential of the e-District system as an efficient tool to curb corruption and help government toward minimising it.