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Adoption of e-tax services in Uganda: the perspective of the technology acceptance model
The diverse benefits of e-government services are linked to its adoption and usage. E-government adoption rates in economically transiting countries remain low and so its benefits are not fully realized. This is partly ...
E-government for Uganda: challenges and opportunities
(Fountain Publishers kampala, 2007)
The government of Uganda drew an e-government strategy aimed at changing the design operation and culture of the public sector to better respond to the needs of Ugandans. Some flagship programmes were included in the ...
An information security model for e-government services adoption in Uganda
The successful adoption of e-government systems leads to efficient delivery of government services. Despite several e-government initiatives by the Uganda government, there has been limited success, with the levels of ...
Towards a model for implementing local e-government in Uganda
The need to implement local e-government for improved service delivery is well documented and various models have been proposed for this important task. However, existing models are known to be suited for implementing ...
A consumer based model for adoption of E-Tax Services in Uganda
The benefits of e-tax services are linked to its adoption and usage. E-tax adoption rates in developing countries remain low and so its benefits are not fully realized. This is because governments have focused largely on ...