Ashok Sivaji, Siti Hamimah Rasidi, Saiful Hizam Hashim, Anjana Devi N Kuppusamy, Fazil Zainal Abidin, Ngip Khean Chuan, Afiqah Musa, Nursahirin Sazali, Azlan Deneil, and Shi Tzuaan Soo
Although Malaysia has achieved high Online Service Index ranking in the 2018 United Nations EGovernment survey, there are still areas for improvements in providing citizen centric services. The objective of this study is develop and validate a survey instrument to understand further the level of technology acceptance of the MYGOVSVC System among Malaysian government employees, which could steer improvements in eGovernment services for the citizens. A mixed method approach of literature analysis of unified theory of acceptance and use of technology and survey as data collection method is used. Results confirmed the acceptance and readiness of government employees in providing these services. Furthermore, the validated bilingual survey instruments (21 items) which is a main contribution of this study could be used in the future for other eGovernment services and thus helping the government to deploy electronic system that are beneficial, easy to use, satisfying and reliable to the nation.
IEEE Conference on Open Systems (ICOS 2019) Pulau Pinang