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Challenges of Implementing Electronic Governance in Public Sector Organizations in Nigeria

Nick A. Obodo () and Davidson Oliver Anigbata ()

International Journal of Applied Economics, Finance and Accounting, 2018, vol. 2, issue 1, 30-35

Abstract: As a global partner, Nigeria public sector has opted for electronic government in the conduct of government business. To ensure that this is realizable, government has strategized many policy, programme and project options to ensure its viability. Unfortunately, these policy, programmes and projects that are mapped out by government over the years to ensure smooth implementation of e-governance in its business are not yielding positive results. It is in line with this development that this paper sought to explore the challenges that militate against its actualization and proffer some solutions that will help to cushion the effects of these obstacles that have become a cog in the wheels of e-governance in Nigerian public sector. Various literature were reviewed and the paper after sitting through the problems makes recommendations and concludes with a call for more research in the subject matter-of-governance.

Keywords: Challenges; Electronic governance; Public sector; Organisation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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