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A review of the status of e-government implementation in Kenya.

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- Enablers
- Challenges
- Outcomes and Impacts

- Internet for Democracy
- Internet Governance
- Internet Safety

Author(s): Imbamba, E.N. and Kimile, N.

The aim of this paper is to review the status of e-government implementation in Kenya. E-government offers an increased portfolio of public services in a cost-effective and efficient manner hence enabling governments to reinvent the ways through which they interact with citizens, private sector, employees and other stakeholders. Consequently, many countries have invested significant resources into collecting, processing, integrating, analysing and reporting data through information and communication technologies. The benefits of e-government implementation in Kenya currently include enhanced e-participation, accountability, planning, monitoring and information sharing. However, challenges such as inadequate infrastructure, policy and human capital development hamper the effectiveness of e-government projects in Kenya.


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East Africa,

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