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Abstract :

This paper review literature on the benefits, risks and challenges of e-government implementation as e-Government id becoming a global concept for transforming government business. The researcher adopted interpretive approach using qualitative analysis since it is inductive and would allow for better understanding of deeper structure of phenomenon within cultural and contextual situation
Case study research approach was adopted with questionnaires and face-to-face interview survey carried out in public service organisations in Nigeria. 
From the analysis and findings, researcher was able to describe the state of e-Government in developing country – Nigeria and to make recommendations for its successful implementation. Keyword-Component; E-Government Implementation; Benefits, Risks, Barriers .

Keywords :

: Context-aware Services, Smart Cities, Urban Sensing, Ubiquituous Computing.

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