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Understanding information technology culture in digital-based public services
Journal of Governance and Regulation
The increasing enthusiasm of government agencies to implement e-government can be seen as the government's commitment to anticipating the current development of science and technology (Gupta, Singh, & Bhaskar, 2018; Wang, Wang, & Liu, 2016). The present study was designed to investigate the information technology culture of public organizations in the context of public services in the Magelang City Government, Indonesia, and identify the driving and inhibiting factors of e-government baseddoi:10.22495/jgrv11i2art6 fatcat:ddr4pxs2pfgxzf7wzi3riqrdry