'Going Mobile': Oportunidades, Barreiras e Fatores Críticos de Sucesso para Iniciativas de M-Government Outros Idiomas

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58324
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Resumo:
Nesta pesquisa foram identificados oportunidades, barreiras e fatores críticos de sucesso para iniciativas de governo eletrônico em plataforma móvel (mgovernment), e foi desenvolvido um quadro analítico para futuras pesquisas sobre a adoção de tecnologias móveis da informação e comunicação (mTICs) no setor público. Constituíram o escopo da pesquisa: serviços de governo eletrônico com tecnologia móvel prestados por meio de smartphones e tablets; projetos que conectam o governo ao cidadão; projetos internos do governo que conectam os seus funcionários por meio da tecnologia móvel; portais que fornecem serviços das três esferas públicas; canais do governo com a iniciativa privada. Foi realizado levantamento bibliográfico dos artigos publicados no Portal de Periódicos Capes, entre 2000 e 2019. Evidenciou-se que o sucesso na implantação das iniciativas de m-government envolve fatores além dos relativos à tecnologia. Processos, parcerias, legislação, políticas e impactos socioeconômicos cabem ao contexto analisado, e fornecem um panorama abrangente de elementos que influenciam projetos em m-government.
Citação ABNT:
HANADA, L. M.; TAVARES, E.; COSTA, I. S. A. 'Going Mobile': Oportunidades, Barreiras e Fatores Críticos de Sucesso para Iniciativas de M-Government. Gestão & Conexões, v. 9, n. 2, p. 74-93, 2020.
Citação APA:
Hanada, L. M., Tavares, E., & Costa, I. S. A. (2020). 'Going Mobile': Oportunidades, Barreiras e Fatores Críticos de Sucesso para Iniciativas de M-Government. Gestão & Conexões, 9(2), 74-93.
DOI:
10.13071/regec.2317-5087.2020.9.2.27649.74-93
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/58324/-going-mobile---oportunidades--barreiras-e-fatores-criticos-de-sucesso-para-iniciativas-de-m-government/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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