However, upon the application of the model to governments, its meaning has evolved to fit each government belief.Although the centre has varied, it still promotes automating most of the government processes and introducing public-influence to existing government dealings and decision-making.Since then, they have slowly enabled it to become mainstream.
However, upon the application of the model to governments, its meaning has evolved to fit each government belief.Although the centre has varied, it still promotes automating most of the government processes and introducing public-influence to existing government dealings and decision-making.
has always been debated upon by the general public and experts as they critique the performance of their national governments.
Many have argued that the government is difficult to reach out to due to the danger of misconduct by some of its officials and the possibility of waiting for the government to respond to each case for months.
However, the country was late in introducing technology to the country which could be seen in their discovery of the internet.
Unlike the other developed countries and its neighbors, China has only experienced the internet in 1994.
Many of the government’s opposition notes corrupt practices and weak governance, but they have vehemently denied these accusations and try their best in developing strategies in proving to their constituents that they are sincere in their desire to provide a clear government.
Most of these development programs have failed while some have managed to improve most management processes to be fit in the modern time.However, upon China’s implementation of the said program, many have questioned if it is genuinely skilled in changing the Chinese government given the various factors that must be considered to enable it to succeed.The study will examine the effectiveness of China’s e-government on the transparency of the Chinese government.The international community has understood the purpose of e-government in improving its services and has directly applied it into their developing design.The United Nations had issued their opinion on the idea of e-government through the Human Development Report of 2001.The assessment had argued that using the ICT would allow the United Nations to demonstrate the importance of using technology to enable development.The World Bank has also applied the E-Government design and released a handbook entitled “The E-Government Handbook for Developing Countries” in November 2002.In terms of usage, at least 7597.5MB is the accumulated bandwidth used around the country while domain names under the CN line counts up to 127319 users, most of which are from the government with 5,864 websites.Through this data and some techno-cadres, some have pushed for the application of the e-government program to the current Chinese system of governance.What lacks in the definition is the development of the democratic processes of the government as it is downplayed in both research and implementation.Without this improvement, the e-government program can only be referred to as e-governance (Gronlund & Horan, 2004).