Designing and Developing E-Passport System Using &Asp.Net Implanting E-government Concepts

  • Mohamed Abaza Information Technology Deanship – Taif University-KSA
  • Saif Fatooh Dean of Emirate College –Khartoum- Sudan

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to illustrate the importance of using E-Systems encountered in E-Government development and implementation in Sudan. The study described the E-Government initiatives and pointed out the benefits of E-passport system which could be realized throughout the adoption of E-Government. The study suggested some priority areas of E-Government initiatives in Sudan. The study also discussed Sudan E-Government current status. Therefore, it outlined the barriers and challenges impeded Sudan E-Government development. The study stated the country readiness for E-Government adoption weaknesses. Finally, the study recommended that proper orientation should be given to E-Government adoption and development in Sudan.

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Published
2015-05-03
How to Cite
Abaza, M., & Fatooh, S. (2015). Designing and Developing E-Passport System Using &Asp.Net Implanting E-government Concepts. Journal of Information Sciences and Computing Technologies, 3(3), 222-231. Retrieved from http://scitecresearch.com/journals/index.php/jisct/article/view/161
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