A comparative study of e-Government successful implementation between Nigeria and Republic of Korea
Many countries in the world have now realized the relevance of adopting e-Government as a medium for providing effective and citizen-centered services. Developing countries like Nigeria have adopted e-government and are taking yet another step at improving their ranking in the United Nations (UN) e-Government Survey carried out bi-annually. The Federal Government of Nigeria in February, 2014...
Published at Computer Science and Engineering (APWC on CSE), 2014 Asia-Pacific World Congress
Published in 2015
Jonathan O. Ayo C.K., Sanjay M.
Jonathan Oluranti » Oluranti Jonathan graduated from Federal University of Technology, Bauchi (ATBU) with B.Tech in Computer Science. He also obtained a M.Sc in Computer Science from Bayero University, Kano in 2011. Mr. Jonathan worked in the Telecomms Industry for close to nine years before deciding for full time academic work in 2013. He joined the services of Covenant University 1st March, 2013 and is currently... view full profile
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