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A comparative study of e-government successful implementation between Nigeria and Republic of Korea

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  • A comparative study of e-government successful implementation between Nigeria and Republic of Korea
  • Jonathan, Oluranti; Ayo, K. Charles; Misra, Sanjay
  • Covenant University


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Title A comparative study of e-government successful implementation between Nigeria and Republic of Korea
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Author(English)

Jonathan, Oluranti; Ayo, K. Charles; Misra, Sanjay

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Ota,Nigeria : Covenant University

Date 2015-03
Pages 8
Subject Country Nigeria(Africa)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Governance
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Abstract

Many countries in the world have now realized the relevance of adopting e-Government as a medium for providing effective and citizen-centered services. Developing countries like Nigeria have adopted e-government and are taking yet another step at improving their ranking in the United Nations (UN) e-Government Survey carried out bi-annually. The Federal Government of Nigeria in February, 2014 contracted the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to evolve an e-Government master plan that will ensure total compliance with e-government practices worldwide. This paper investigates the e-government position in Nigeria and compares it with that of South Korea. The study is used the e-Government survey reports carried out by the UN for the period covering 2008 to 2014. The results present lessons learnt from South Korea and the measures Nigeria needs to put in place in order to improve her ranking in the periodic review.