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    E-Government Attempts in Small Island Developing States: The Rate of Corruption with Virtualization.Arif Sari - 2017 - Science and Engineering Ethics 23 (6):1673-1688.
    In recent years, many Small Island Developing State governments have worked to increase openness and transparency of their transactions as a means to enhance efficiency and reduce corruption in their economies. In order to achieve a cost-effective and efficient strategy to implement a transparent government, Information Communication Technologies offer an opportunity of virtualization by deploying e-government services to promote transparency, accountability and consistency in the public sector and to minimize corruption. This paper explores the potential impact of government virtualization by (...)
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