Corrigendum to “Citizens' continuous use of eGovernment services: The role of self-efficacy, outcome expectations and satisfaction” [Gov. Inf. Q. 37(3) 101485]

Published on May 30, 2020in Government Information Quarterly
· DOI :10.1016/J.GIQ.2020.101492
Mubarak Alruwaie2
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Ramzi El-Haddadeh15
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(Qatar University)
+ 1 AuthorsElvira Ismagilova11
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(University of Bradford)
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The digital transformation of public services has been traditionally one of the main targets of digital government research and practice; however, it has focused mainly on the digital transformation of complex public services, based on the development of highly sophisticated and costly information systems (IS) for this purpose. Nevertheless, considerable public value can be generated through the digital transformation of widely used simpler public services as well, as it can result in huge savin...
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