The success of e-government – whether it is at the local, regional, or central level – largely depends on user acceptance of e-government, which requires a thorough understanding of stakeholder concerns. Stakeholder Adoption of E-Government Services: Driving and Resisting Factors examines the stakeholders of e-government and reveals the stages of growth or service maturity levels. This publication sheds light on the paradigms and fundamental discourses of the e-government adoption process, including empirical studies in both developed and developing countries. Given these perspectives, issues, and critical factors, this book proposes a citizen-centric governing framework for e-government. Finally, the book provides tools to evaluate the performance of e-government projects and gives inferences from some implemented e-government projects.