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Adopting e-government services in less developed countries according to the characteristics of business intelligence: (Sudan as a model)


Mohmmed S. Adrees


Vol. 22  No. 11  pp. 204-212


In this paper, a contribution is presented covering the data set in improving and developing electronic services provided to citizens through e-government services based on business intelligence in government agencies in the Republic of Sudan. The Business Intelligence Concept Survey was conducted from the perceptions of information department employees in government agencies. The survey was conducted from April to June 2021 using questionnaires. The dataset contains responses about the factors that influence the use of business intelligence and the barriers and limitations to the use of business intelligence. A five-point Likert scale was used to analyze the quantitative data. The opportunities and challenges associated with it were also discussed and explored. As evidenced by the results, the information department employees agree that business intelligence improves the government decision-making process, which helps decision makers and decision-makers to find alternatives and opportunities that contribute to making more accurate and timely decisions. The results also indicate that creating the infrastructure for applying business intelligence in the e-government work model contributes to the successful implementation of business intelligence in Sudan.


Business Intelligence, E-government, less developed countries, Data analytics, Survey analytics.