• The aim of this research is to develop a unified model of electronic government (e-government) system adoption and validate it using the data gathered from 419 citizens from few selected cities in India. In course of doing so, the research also evaluates the performance of nine well-known alternative theoretical models of information technology (IT) adoption including the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT). The results indicate that the proposed unified model for e-government adoption by this research has outperformed all other theoretical models by explaining highest 66% variance on behavioral intentions, adequately acceptable levels of fit indices, and significant relationships between each hypothesis. The research also provides its limitations and presents implications for theory and practice toward the end. We critically reviewed the nine models of IS/IT adoption including the UTAUT.Alternative models were tested using the data gathered for an e-gov system in India.We proposed a theoretical model which is based on the more relevant items.The structural equation modeling was employed to test the proposed hypotheses.The research model was found to outperform all alternative models of IS/IT adoption. ()
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