Constraintsof E-Government Implementation in Public Service - A Study on the Application of SIAKAD in STAIN Ponorogo


This research aims to analyze the factors inhibiting the implementation of e-government in public service particularly in the application of SIAKAD Program in STAIN Ponorogo. First, it describes how e-government becomea national policy since the issuance of Presidential Instruction Number 3 of 2003 was applied in STAIN Ponorogo, particularly in SIAKAD program.  The factors that affected the implementation of e-government are explained using theory of policy implementation adapted from Edwards and Van Horn Van Meter’s model.  This case study concludes that the implementation of e-government in public service were constrainedby poor communication between executors, limited resource available and limited support from the bureaucratic structure of the SIAKAD Program.

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