Volume 2 Number 3 Year - 2020

Number of articles: 12



ASSESSING CORRELATION ON E-GOVERNMENT AND TRUST AT LOCAL LEVEL IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Authors: Wargadinata Ella

Abstract: Electronic government and trust in government are both values that almost basically asked, whether introducing modest information technology on government services will lead people to trust in government more. Some research worked on this focus; hence many gaps are available to be revealed. The paper tried to observe the linkage between e-government in the remote regencies in Indonesia with citizens' trust. Research conducted in 2019 and 233 primary data from e-government users analyzed by partial least square tools. The study used the integrated model Information System Success and Theory Acceptance Model. The finding indicates that those variables have a positive impact on trust. The pivotal issue of the research showed that e-government implementation in rural developing countries does not only meet with the information system quality, but it should fit with local community conditions. Only a coherent application system and have a local-familiar application will lead to citizens' trust.

Keywords: E-Government; public services; smart village; Information-Communication Technology

DOI: 10.24874/PES02.03.003   Downloads: 21

Volume 2 (2020)

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