• Mesnan Silalahi, Darmawan Napitupulu, Gulda Patria


Currently Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become an indispensable part of people's lives, so the government as a public servant must follow its development so as to create public services effectively and efficiently as one of the demands of society. This can happen if the government implement the transformation to e-government system. E-Government is a relatively new research area and continue to be extracted knowledge as many problems in it. Therefore, in this study with the study of literature will be presented the concept of                            e-Government, conditions and challenges and barriers to implementation of e-Government in Indonesia. Keywords: e-Government, ICT, Concept, Implementation Conditions, Challenges, Indonesia


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