Integrated local g2c-e-government and e-business for rural areas: Can a German public-private partnership model be exported to Namibia?
Maruwasa, L. T.
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Private Public Partnerships (PPP) have been proven as one solution to ensure that the public receive enhanced services delivery from government and other civic organizations. In countries such as Namibia where the effects of the digital divide are so pertinent, PPP can and should be used to narrow this divide and so bringing to the people the promises of e-government and its many benefits as outlined in Vision 2030 and National Development Plan 3 (NDP3). Furthermore, these Private Public Partnerships can help to contribute to economic growth in particular in the Small Medium Enterprises (SME) sector. This paper attempts to show that these effects can be well achieved in the Namibian context by using the experience of a research/prototype project conducted in Germany to establish a so-called Public Service Network.
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