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        1 - A Model for Evaluating Electronic Governance (e-governance) in Iran's Executive Sectors
        بهروز راعی Vahid Baradaran
        Along with the development of information and communication technology in all areas, information technology in the management and administration of countries has also developed and concepts such as e-government and e-governance have emerged. Although e-government emphas Full Text
        Along with the development of information and communication technology in all areas, information technology in the management and administration of countries has also developed and concepts such as e-government and e-governance have emerged. Although e-government emphasizes providing services to stakeholders by internet, e-governance emphasizes the need to change the way the government communicates democratically with its citizens. Identifying the components of e-government evaluation In addition to identifying the important aspects for the development of e-government in the executive apparatus, it is a tool to know the status of progress of the executive apparatus and identify strengths and areas for improvement in the development of e-government. The main purpose of this study is to study the criteria and identify the components of evaluating the progress of government executive bodies in the development of e-government under the title of e-government evaluation framework. Accordingly, the initial criteria have been identified based on a literature study. Then, with the help of expert opinions, the criteria are reviewed and defined. With the help of a questionnaire, the importance of each criterion in the development of e-government in the country's executive apparatus has been questioned through random sampling. After measuring the importance of the criteria from the perspective of experts, effective criteria have been categorized using exploratory factor analysis. The results of factor analysis show 27 criteria identified in six components; e-governance quality, e-governance leadership and motivation, productivity and facilitation, support, e-services management, and e-legislation are summarized. Another output of this study is the coefficient of the importance of each of the criteria in measuring the identified factor. Manuscript Document