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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The growth and development of technology in the current world has influenced considerable changes. Today, technology has transformed more than a few institutions by improving their performance. This research paper provides contextual information about electronic government (e-government). As a result of e-government, Information and Communication Technology has become one of the major significant factors in Thai Government. There are more than a few factors that influence ICT and there have been models developed to assist understanding of the relevant factors this is a preliminary paper which review the development of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and use of Technology (UTAUT) model for understanding the critical factors influencing the adoption of ICT. The paper will also review the advantages and shortcomings of this model.

Keywords :

: e-government; Information and Communication Technology; adoption models .

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