A1 Journal article (refereed), original research (Journal article, original research)

Exploring continuance usage intention toward open government data technologies: an integrated approach


Publication Details

Authors: Islam Mohammad Tariqul, Talukder Md. Shamim, Khayer Abul, Islam A.K.M. Najmul

Publisher: Emerald

Publication year: 2021

Language: English

Related journal or series: VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems

ISSN: 2059-5891

eISSN: 2059-5905

JUFO level of this publication: 1

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-10-2020-0195

Open Access: Not an Open Access publication


Abstract

Purpose

Open government data (OGD) is a comparatively new field in e-government and the factors influencing its continuance use by citizens have not been extensively explored. A better understanding of these factors can help the government to articulate strategies and policies that can advance the acceptance and use of OGD technologies. Thus, this paper aims to empirically determine the predictors influencing the continuance usage intention of OGD technologies.

Design/methodology/approach

Following an empirical investigation among 370 respondents in Bangladesh, a developing country, the paper applied path analysis using the structural equation modeling approach. The unified theory of acceptance and use of the technology model is integrated with the information system continuance model to investigate the continuance usage intention of OGD technologies.

Findings

The outcomes of this study reveal that performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence and facilitating conditions (FC) directly affect users’ satisfaction (SAT). In addition, SAT and FC were found statistically significant toward continuance usage intention of OGD technologies.

Practical implications

The findings of this study suggest policymaker and OGD providers to formulate or modify their strategies to retain the existing OGD users and stimulate persistence usage.

Social implications

Facilitating long-term use by citizens would increase their engagement and they might derive value from the OGD platforms. Concurrently, the government’s objective of ensuring increased future use of OGD technologies would be better realized.

Originality/value

The novelty of this study lies in the fact that it addresses a previously overlooked area of open data research, namely, the acceptance and use of open data technologies and ways to stimulate it. This study has contributed to the existing but limited literature on continuance usage intention of OGD technologies in the context of a developing country.


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