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Rabiu Ibrahim Shadi M.S. Hilles Shamsiyya Muhammad Adam Mamoun M. Jamous Wael M.S. Yafooz


Ease of use as well as comprehensiveness associated with a general public agency’s internet site as well as having the capacity along the individual to finalize work on the web are considered the attributes that compose an efficient internet website. Individual limitations to internet based services comprise personal computer knowledge as well as preference for an additional methods of communication. Nonetheless, the pace related to social development as well as end user acceptance related to cost-efficient wireless equipment’s have proven within the speedy usage of latest technologies. For that reason the progressively speedy take-up related to online services supplies a considerable prospect regarding the private and non-private sectors to shift their services as well as products via the internet. Several public organizations are making their internet websites just like extensions from their classic services. This study, consequently, investigates the essentials in addition to quality related to online public services, electronic government (e-government), as well as residents’ endorsement related to online information as well as services as effective as well as dependable. Consumers ought to be as fully satisfied along with their online experiences completing an activity as they would usually be considering visiting an office

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IBRAHIM, Rabiu et al. AN EVALUATION OF E-GOVERNMENT SERVICE USAGE IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA. International Journal of Contemporary Computer Research, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 8-12, aug. 2017. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 17 jan. 2018.
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