عنوان مقاله [English]
Different spheres of human life as a result of the emergence and spread of the phenomenon of "Internet" has changed. "E-government" covers all platforms and applications of ICT that services citizens, businesses, other government agencies and civil servants. In this study, we tried by using library resources in the theory and by using of data of “The United Nations e-Government Survey” first described the concept of cyberspace and e-government and then using statistical tests and SPSS, regions of the world to be compared with each other. The results show that e-government development index in Western Europe and North America and also somewhat in Eastern European countries become more developed than other areas. It should be noted that some countries of Eastern and Western Asia are on the list of top countries in e-government index, but the average is much lower in Asia than in Europe and North America, which represents the digital divide in Asia. Another thing worth mentioning is that the most difference between regions is in the telecommunication infrastructure and online services index and differences in human capital index is lower. For example, although the online services and telecom infrastructure in Iran is relatively poor, but the Human Capital Index is in good condition. Finally, using a questionnaire that was satisfactory reliability and validity, Students and graduates of the geo-political attitude in relation to factors in the development of e-government in the country was measured.