Formation of Smarter Government Services in Egypt


  •   Christina Albert Assad


 The revolution to smart government is being taking in many developing countries. Governments are transforming themselves into smart governments in order to respond to the needs of its citizens. By developing an integrated electronic logistic infrastructure, the governments can use Information and communication technology (ICT) tools to transport to the smart government services. By using smart government services, which can inform and assist citizens and can reduce the investments in building, materials and staff in various departments. The objective of this paper is spotting on the formation to smarter government services in Egypt. The proposed conceptual model for the phases of transformation to smarter government services will help the citizens to participate and communicate with the government in decisions making and the future of predictive government by using business intelligent. The purpose of this is to formation of smart government by using the new technologies like GIS (Geographical Information System), GPS (Global Positioning System) and RS (Remote Sensing) in order to improve governance processes and outcomes these will impact on the delivery of public services to citizens.


Keywords: Smart Government, Developing Countries, Information and Communication Technologies, GIS (Geographical Information Systems)


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Assad, C.A. 2019. Formation of Smarter Government Services in Egypt. European Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 3, 3 (May 2019). DOI: