A model for adopting IT (Information Technology) facilitated governance based on management paradigm is presented in this study. The objective is to facilitate the process of implementing IT services within the context of a state. The model which is conceptual in nature is based on empirical results from the studies carried out in Enugu State. It was constructed from requirements put together by the user communities in the state and integrated with concepts of the management paradigm. It drew from existing models and extended the concepts to include the functions that form the hallmarks of the model solution. It aims at facilitating the understanding, the explanation and the anticipation of IT in governance. It uses three distinct and static variables, namely actors, levels and functions, to capture a snapshot of a governance system and provide a procedure which a State can adopt to improve their operations (e.g., increase efficiency and effectiveness), better regulate the transformation process and improve the decision-making process while increasingly involving the citizens. PDFFulltextXMLReferencesCitation
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M.C Okoronkwo, 2010. A Model for eGovernance System Implementation for Developing Countries. Asian Journal of Information Management, 4: 1-11.