The rate of adoption of electronic information systems in governments and public institutions is rapidly increasing as such systems are becoming essential tools for governments' operations and service delivery. Meanwhile, studies indicate an alarming rate of the failure of information systems implemented by governments, particularly, in the context of developing countries, hence the loss of millions of taxpayer’s monies.
Mr Joseph Nyansiro PhD research investigated better approaches that can be used to increase the rate of successful implementations of government information systems. He focused on enhancing requirement engineering processes which when overlooked may lead to producing systems with missing features and of low quality, in addition to incurring high costs and time overrun. Joseph’s research increases our understanding of issues faced during the requirements engineering stage of developing government information systems. The study offers an informed solution that can significantly improve requirements engineering processes, hence a possibility for successful implementation of e-Government information systems.
Mr Nyansiro will defend his PhD Thesis on Wednesday 2nd March 2022 at CoICT Kijuitonyama Campus, Kilimanjaro dLab Room, from 09:00 am.