Improving e-Government Performance through Enterprise Architecture

Mochamad Hanafiah, Robert Goodwin

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    Abstract

    Enterprise Architecture (EA) is recognized as a tool that has a holistic approach in the Information Systems (IS) discipline. EA envisages the alignment of technology and business. EA has gained attention not only from private enterprises but also governments. Although interest in adopting EA by government is growing, research that shows how EA can foster e-Government performance is still in its infancy. Thus it is important to investigate the relationship between the two. By looking at the benefits that EA can generate and variables to determine e-Government performance, this chapter proposes a model to delineate the correlation between EA and e-Government performance.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationTechnology Innovation Leadership in Development: A Middle East (West Asia) Perspective
    Subtitle of host publicationA 'Middle East' (West Asia) Perspective
    PublisherNova Publishers
    Pages35-58
    Number of pages24
    ISBN (Electronic)9781631173912
    ISBN (Print)9781631173882
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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    Hanafiah, M., & Goodwin, R. (2014). Improving e-Government Performance through Enterprise Architecture. In Technology Innovation Leadership in Development: A Middle East (West Asia) Perspective: A 'Middle East' (West Asia) Perspective (pp. 35-58). Nova Publishers.