Gronlund and Horan (2004) stated that the was created sometime in the late 1990s alongside the emergence of the internet and the creation of e-Commerce which was then a fledgling concept.
Unlike its current function, the e-government system has first been used by practitioners whom are looking for new systems to include the use of the internet in certain new programs and systems.
Many of the government’s opposition notes corrupt practices and weak governance, but they have vehemently denied these accusations and try their best in developing strategies in proving to their constituents that they are sincere in their desire to provide a clear government.
Most of these development programs have failed while some have managed to improve most management processes to be fit in the modern time.
The assessment had argued that using the ICT would allow the United Nations to demonstrate the importance of using technology to enable development.
The World Bank has also applied the E-Government design and released a handbook entitled “The E-Government Handbook for Developing Countries” in November 2002.
However, upon China’s implementation of the said program, many have questioned if it is genuinely skilled in changing the Chinese government given the various factors that must be considered to enable it to succeed.
The study will examine the effectiveness of China’s e-government on the transparency of the Chinese government.
The United States has even been considered to have the best e-government type in the world after Singapore.
(Holliday & Yep, 2005) The influence of the e-government model has managed to reach even the Eastern continents which gained utmost attention.