IRAN E-GOVERNMENT MODEL IN 2025

Document Type: Research Paper

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1 Ph.D. Student in public Administration, Faculty of Management and Economic, Islamic Azad University, sciences and researches Branch,Tehran, Iran

2 Associate Prof., Faculty of Management and Economic, Islamic Azad University, sciences and researches Branch,Tehran, Iran

Abstract

In this research by applying the theoretical framework of socio-technical systems and literature review using the form of e-government has been identified as a core component. To realize the model results and the results indicated that each of the six components of e-government in 1404 particularly in the areas of communication and access to digital content. Based on the results of the highest priority among the components of e-government development infrastructure is owned by the component, based on interviews with managers and theme analysis performed on each component of the realization of e-government development has been proposed.

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