Assessing The E-Goverment Development Performance Of Southeast Asian Contries
Penulis: Chiara Anindya , Anang Dwi Santoso , Yusra Purnamasari , Bimasakti Bhakti K. , Ajeng Silvayanti
In the Information Age we live in, governments around the world are prov’ded with a variety of tools to aid their practices. Traditionally deemed as a bureaucratic practice, the incorporation of information and communications technologies (ICTs) allows governments to easily share public information. Egovernment allows citizens to claim an active role in the governing process. The practice of e-government is also seen to be more cost-efficient, as the government can reach its citizens in just a click. Naturally, e-government will continue to develop,adjacenttothe development oftechnology itself.