Evaluation of E-Government Implementation in Indonesian Local Government (Case Study of the Implementation of Electronic Monitoring and Evaluation in Balangan Local Government)

Noviandi Erhan


The rapid growth of technology has turned the government policies and strategies toward e-government. The e-government somehow believed will enhance the performance of governments. The objectives of this study are to examine the practice of e-government system in Indonesian Local Government. Although Balangan Regency has adopted e-government, however the system is not developed as expected. This research concludes that, critical issues face in the application of e-government in local government is not just technical problems, but more to the management of the system and people awareness. Central government is need to intervene for a better adoption of e-government in local government.


e-government; information and communication technology; local government.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21776/ub.jpas.2017.002.02.2


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