Towards a Framework to Understand M-Government
The emergence of mobile technology has enabled the transition from e-government to m-government. Despite the great potential and positive expectation for m-government applications, m-government is still in the infancy stage and its applications are limited. This paper bases on the theory of task-technology-fit (TTTF) and proposes a framework to understand mobile technology and its implications in m-government applications. Based on the framework proposed, we reviewed mobile technology and government tasks, and categorized current m-government applications. Benefits and challenges of m-government applications are also discussed.
Sheng, H., & Trimi, S. (2006). Towards a Framework to Understand M-Government. AMCIS 2006 Proceedings Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) / Association for Information Systems (AIS).
Business and Information Technology
Keywords and Phrases
M-Government; Task Technology Fit
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01 Jan 2006