THE IMPLEMENTATION of e-GOVERNMENT IN PUBLIC SERVICES BUREAUCRACY: CHANGE; CHALLENGES; AND STRATEGY

  • . Johannes

Abstract

Purpose. The purpose of this research is to examine the experience and learning of local level government during the implementation of e-government as an instrument in the design and delivery of public services. This examination will explore: 1) e-government implementation in local government, 2) service bureaucracy and e-government, 3) challenges 4) development strategy.   Design. The research methodology used is a qualitative method containing data gathered on participation, observation, and in-depth interviews with both local government employees and e-government operators. The data will enrich by benchmarking activities conducted on the successful region to implement future e-government programs.  The analysis method is content analysis which aims to convey recommendations to decision makers in local government.  Findings. The physical infrastructure required to activate e-government is not the key success factor in implementing program. The key factors of success factors are: 1) e-government organization alignment, 2) conflict management between institutions 3) top management enforcement. These factors should be complemented with three general factors:  community, content, and connection.  In order to accelerate e-government function in this paper proposes a simple strategy, namely, the incremental strategy.  Practical implication. This research will help local governments understand real and current problems in implementing an e-government program directed by the central government and to be used in service delivery.

 

Key words:  e-government, bureaucracy, ULGTF, local government

How to Cite
JOHANNES, .. THE IMPLEMENTATION of e-GOVERNMENT IN PUBLIC SERVICES BUREAUCRACY: CHANGE; CHALLENGES; AND STRATEGY. Jurnal Manajemen Pemasaran Modern, [S.l.], p. 31-42, sep. 2013. ISSN 2085 - 0972. Available at: <https://online-journal.unja.ac.id/index.php/pemasaran/article/view/919>. Date accessed: 20 nov. 2017.