Developing Citizen Relationship Management (CiRM) Oriented E-Government Maturity Model

Anita Wulansari, Apol Pribadi Subriadi

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CiRM (Citizen Relationship Management) has an important role in the government because it puts citizen in the best interests. So far the implementation of e-government only focused on the technology assimilation process. Since existing e-government maturity assessment models only measure the ability of e-government technology, they lack in consideration towards citizen needs.  Therefore an e-government maturity assessment model is developed by incorporating elements of CiRM. The model was developed through a grounded theory qualitative study approach. The object of this research is e-government application owned by the city of Surabaya. This research developed CiRM oriented e-government maturity model consisted of organization, interaction, service and citizen insight dimensions. This model then was used to assess the maturity of CiRM oriented e-government implementation of Surabaya Single Window (SSW) online service

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E-Government, Citizen Relationship Management, Maturity Model, Grounded Theory

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12962/j23378557.v3i1.a2268

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