Definition Edit

External barriers are

[o]bstacles to e-government that require specific actions (e.g., modification of laws by legislature) in order to be overcome. They often concern breakdowns, missing components or lack of flexibility in the government-wide frameworks that enable e-government. The result if often the inability to achieve effective e-government implementation.[1]

References Edit

  1. OECD, OECD e-Government Studies: Belgium (2008) (full-text).

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