• With the goal of shedding light on the impacts of user involvement in eGovernment environments, this study focuses on website quality and user satisfaction. To gain insights into the public sector, empirical data are collected through an online survey among public sector employees. The findings reveal that less than fifty percent of the organizations have conducted user testing of their website. However, most of them believe that they present a website of high quality. There is no clear relationship between the frequency of user testing on information quality and service quality, while user testing has a weak positive effect on system quality, perceived from an organizational point of view. Moreover, the findings reveal a positive relationship between the frequency of user testing conducted, and the extent to which the website users are perceived as being satisfied. This paper concludes that further investigation is needed in order to facilitate high quality interactions and great user experiences, and provide additional insights to the role of user testing in an eGovernment context. ()
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  • An empirical investigation of user involvement, website quality and perceived user satisfaction in eGovernment environments ()


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