Ghana acknowledged the crucial role that Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play in improving the efficiency of delivery of government services and bringing government closer to the people. This necessitated the development of an Information and Communication Technology for Accelerated Development (ICT4AD) policy in 2003. Ghana’s e-government agenda took itsContinue Reading

Adoption in this context is described as the intention or willingness of citizens to engage in e-government to receive information and request services from the government. This article intends to explore what influences citizens to adopt e-Government services in Ghana. A Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology model,Continue Reading

Types of E-Government E-Government comprises a wide range of activities and actors. The type of e-Government is based on how ICT is used to facilitate the relationships between Government and other key stakeholders. The types of relationships are with citizens (G2C – Government-to-Citizen), businesses (G2B – Government-to-Business), other governments (G2GContinue Reading

The revolutionary changes that internet and Information & communication technologies (ICT) are bringing to our global society have prompted governments worldwide to develop more advance ways to digitize its routines and practices so that they can offer the public access to government services in more effective and efficient ways. TheContinue Reading