The Key Factors Affecting the Application of Information Technology in -Iran's Government Organizations Check


  • Amir Hossein Derakhshanfard Department of Mechanic, Hamedan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Hamedan, Iran
  • Vahid Naderi Darshuri PhD candidate of Supreme national defense university of Islamic Republic of Iran
  • Amir Sorizadeh Department of management. Islamic North Tehran Azad University, Iran, Tehran
  • Youssef Fashihi Department science and international relations. Islamic South Tehran Azad University, Iran, Tehran



application of information technology, key factors of success, key factors of failure Iranian government organizations


In this article, the results of the investigation of the key factors affecting the use of information technology in government organizations and the importance of these factors in various applications of this technology are presented. For this purpose, first information technology and then by presenting evidence of failure and failure in the application of this technology at the level of Iran and the world, the research problem is defined. In the following, the research method is explained and at the end, the findings of this research,which include 8 main key factors and 34 sub-indices , are presented


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How to Cite

Derakhshanfard , A. H., Naderi Darshuri , V., Sorizadeh, A., & Fashihi, Y. (2023). The Key Factors Affecting the Application of Information Technology in -Iran’s Government Organizations Check. International Journal of New Findings in Health and Educational Sciences (IJHES), 1(2), 119–140.




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