research has been done on evaluating the performance of e-government in China, but
comprehensive pictures of research done on evaluation of performance of
e-government can hardly be found in the Chinese literature. Besides, there are few theories to support the research and
practice in evaluation. By analyzing existed literature, the paper proposes a conceptual framework for evaluating
performance of e-government based on public value perspective. Delivery of public
services, effectiveness of public organization and development of trust are
identified and selected as three basic public values for analysis.
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