International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Mobile-Government: Challenges and Opportunities Jordan as Case study
Alomari Mohammad A., Elrehail Hamzah H., Al Shibly Hytham

The e-government program aims to provide government services to citizens through different channels. One of these channels is mobile government that develops on the basis of traditional e-government. Mobile government affords a new method to improve government effectiveness and economy of public services. In the context of Jordan, mobile service is the most prevalent among the various segments of the society and powerful way for the deployment of government services with ease. Therefore, there is a real need for the transformation from egovernment to mobile government services. This paper will review mobile government application in Jordan which includes; the concept of mobile government, challenges of mobile government implementation, advantages of mobile government, and provide different cases of m-government applications applied in the globe scale.

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