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This article investigates the concepts of electronic government, history, the emergence of e-government, e-government objectives, definitions of e-government, e-government structure, the role of electronic government, electronic government and evolution of the advantages of e-government. Data is collected from both the library and other libraries. The main purpose of this study is to identify barriers to e-government settlement. Research results showed that deployment of e-government involves the public Requires the determination of individual citizens. This goal will be achieved only with the cooperation between government, private sector and civil society We also conclude that e-government should be seen as an institutional innovation. Following this conclusion we stress that institutional innovation may have undesired effects: technology may change the meaning of government and hollow out fundamental values. Therefore, we call for a public debate on the institutional innovation of government.