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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part G (2020)

E-government development index (EGDI) estimation and suggestions for improvement: A case study of Khost province, Afghanistan

Author(s)
Abdul Rahim Ahmadi, Dr. Hiroyoky Meyazaki and Mohammad Anwar Anwar
Abstract
Recently, an evolution of ICT has grown dramatically, which is known as e-Gov improvement and top ranked EGDI. EGDI is based on the three criteria, the adequacy of telecommunication infrastructure, the ability of human resources to promote and use ICT, and the availability of online services and content. UN reported in 2016 of estimated EGDI of Afghanistan 0.2313 that shows the lowest rank in the worlds where, the re-estimation value is 0.3634, which is quite higher than the UN 2016 report. Furthermore suitable areas suggested for Internet infrastructure investment. A conceptual framework have been proposed and implemented as a case study, for which data were collect through a purposive sampling method.
Pages: 453-461  |  947 Views  37 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Abdul Rahim Ahmadi, Dr. Hiroyoky Meyazaki, Mohammad Anwar Anwar. E-government development index (EGDI) estimation and suggestions for improvement: A case study of Khost province, Afghanistan. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(3):453-461.
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