Journal: EG

Volume 17, Issue 4

391 -- 403K. Sheela Sobana Rani, M. Yuvaraju, V. Sathya, R. Lavanya, R. Gayathri. A modified image steganographic method based on chaotic text encryption using lifting wavelet transform
404 -- 437Ulla Gain, Virpi Hotti. Awareness of automation, data origins, and processing stakeholders by parsing the general data protection regulation sanction-based articles
438 -- 465Ali Abdullahi, Abdulsalam S. Mustafa. Barriers to the effective implementation of e-parliament in Africa: a case study on the 8th Nigeria National Assembly (2015-2019)
466 -- 493Abdulrazaq Kayode Abdulkareem, Razlini Mohd Ramli. Does digital literacy predict e-government performance? An extension of Delone and Mclean information system success model
494 -- 511Mansaf M. Elmansori, Zurida Ishak. Factors influencing e-government services adoption in Libya: an empirical study

Volume 17, Issue 3

253 -- 277Amina Guendouz, Djamal Bennouar. Aspect multiple product lines
278 -- 311Norshidah Mohamed, Mas Bambang Baroto, Batiah Mahadi, Hanif Haghshenas. Structural understanding of electronic government websites: a systematic literature review
312 -- 338Alice Oke, Olayemi M. Olaniyi, A. A. Aboaba, Oladiran T. Arulogun. Multifactor authentication technique for a secure electronic voting system
339 -- 353Edon Gashi, Blerim Rexha, Artan Rexhepi. Trust establishment between OAuth 2.0 resource servers using claims-based authorisation
354 -- 373Ibrahim Almarashdeh. How perceived justice affects total user satisfaction: applying service recovery perspective
374 -- 390Sohail Raza Chohan, Zaeem Hassan Akhter. Electronic government services value creation from artificial intelligence: AI-based e-government services for Pakistan

Volume 17, Issue 2

129 -- 143Seyed Hossein Siadat, Fahime Sadat Mahmoodi, Farhang Mir Mohammad Sadeghi. Open government evaluation in a public sector: a case study of Iran
144 -- 159Farzana Parveen Tajudeen, Ainin Sulaiman, Siti Qhairunissa Ramli, Nor Shahida Azali, Liyana Shuib. E-BRIM usage by B40 citizens: the role of citizens' trust and computer self-efficacy
160 -- 182Manjeet Singh, C. S. Jawalkar, Suman Kant. Improving the performance of a boiler through the usage of ISM technique and green supply chain management practices in a fertiliser industry
183 -- 198Azi Lev-On, Hananel Rosenberg. Mobile applications in local government
199 -- 219Jaflah Hassan Al-Ammary. The uptake of digital government services: toward digital transformation in the Kingdom of Bahrain
220 -- 236J. A. Sánchez-Torres, Francisco-Javier Arroyo-Cañada, Alexander Varon-Sandoval, J. A. Sánchez-Alzate. Adoption of e-government in Colombia: the importance of government policy in citizens' use of e-government
237 -- 252Khalid Alminshid, Mohd Omar. Factors affecting employees' adoption of e-government in the Iraqi public education sector

Volume 17, Issue 1

1 -- 26Marek Wierzbowski, Roberto Galán-Vioque, Eduardo Gamero Casado, Marek Grzywacz, Maciej M. Sokolowski. Challenges and prospects of e-governance in Poland and Spain
27 -- 54Abdullah Kaid Al-Swidi, Mujahed Al Enazi. The trust in the intermediaries and the intention to use electronic government services: a case of a developing country
55 -- 74Mumtaz Aini Alivi, Akmar Hayati Ahmad Ghazali, Ezhar Tamam, Mohd Nizam Osman. Motives to use online news and the impact on satisfaction with the government and vote choice
75 -- 95M. Soledad Janita, Francisco Javier Miranda 0001. Exploring critical dimensions for measuring service quality in government to employee
96 -- 104Sangeetha Manoharan, Parth Natu. Development of a framework for a collaborative and personalised voice assistant
105 -- 127Yuyun Purbokusumo, Wen-Hsien Tsai, Rudy Sulisdana, Hui-Chiao Chen, Anang Dwi Santoso. Website performance: evaluation in Ngawi District Government websites