The Impact of Information Systems on the Governmental Administration in the Arab Republic of Egypt in Light of the Digital Revolution
With the emergence of the digital revolution, the world has changed drastically. The impact was great enough to drag the developing world into using information systems in governmental administration; changing the entire course of administration in those developing countries. The information systems are a better substitute for the systems the governments use in order to offer a better service for its citizens. Most of those services that the governmental administrations offer are connected to the internet and can be accessed through it. The developing countries including the Arab world understood the importance of information systems and began to employ them gradually.
The governmental information systems in Arab countries are currently under pressure due to the growth. Those obstacles and challenges occur due to the technical change which showed the effects of information systems in all developing fields. Today, it is impossible to think of developing the social and economic fields without paying a great deal of attention to the information systems.
This research aims to study the effect of using and applying the information systems in the administrations of the Arab countries and the problems and obstacles that occur in using those systems.
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