Electronic Government in Saudi Arabia: Influence of Culture and Impact on Compliance
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Governments worldwide continue to roll out a wide array of e-government systems, which are becoming central to government employees’ daily work. This project aims to propose and test a theoretical model of the influence of organisational culture on the use of such systems, and the impact of their use on transparency, accountability and compliance in public organisations. The study is situated in Saudi Arabia.
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