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Journal of ICT Research and Applications
Vol 9, No 3 (2015)
Evaluating e-Government and Good Governance Correlation
Suhardi, Suhardi ( School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Institute of Technology Bandung Ged. Labtek VIII Lt. 2, Jalan Ganesha No. 10, Bandung 40132,)
Sofia, Alfira ( Faculty of Economics and Business Education, Indonesia University of Education Jalan Dr. Setiabudhi 229, Bandung 40154)
Andriyanto, Agustinus ( Communication and Informatics Agency, West Java Province Government Jalan Taman Sari No. 55, Bandung 40132)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
31 Dec 2015
 
Assessing the achievement of Indonesian government institutions in implementing e-government has been conducted since around a decade ago. Several national assessments are available with almost the same ranking results. There is an agreement that the ultimate goal of e-government implementation is to achieve good government governance (GGG), while success stories of e-government require good governance practices. This study explored the correlation between e-government achievement and GGG achievement in Indonesia. Spearman’s rank correlation was used to characterize the relationship strength between e-government assessment results and good governance assessment results. The data were collected from institutions that participated in e-government and good governance assessments. The results showed that the correlation between these two entities is not very strong. Most cases showed that e-government implementation and the achievement of good governance have only a moderate positive correlation and none of the studied cases indicated a significant connection. This result can be attributed to the lack of emphasis on goals achievement in the assessments. Thus, it is recommended that future Indonesian e-government assessments should involve impact indicators.
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