PhD Researcher: Yousef Forti joins Northampton : E-government in Libya

Strategic consideration of E-government implementation in terms and the potential use of agent technology to design prototype can help citizens to e-government services

It could be argued that some Libyan cities and villages had been marginalized for decades socially, culturally, economically, and intellectually. This has led to travel and migration of citizens to the capital Tripoli, searching for better services. 

The new regime, led by the interim government of Libya held a conference on 14-15- July 2012 to look into ways of providing citizens with better and more effective services throughout the country. It is at this conference that the need for an efficacious e-government programme was identified and it is in this context that this research study is set.