E-Government Requirements in Colleges of Physical Education and Sports Sciences in Iraq


  • Tuqa Mohammed Salih Physical Education and Sport Sciences college for women / University of Baghdad
  • Mawahib Hameed Numan Physical Education and Sport Sciences college for women / University of Baghdad






In recent times, E-Government has entered the business arena significantly and widely. It has become a necessity within any institution, as it serves as the backbone due to its ability to provide homogeneity among its units, utilizing information technology, modern systems, and devices. This explains the importance of e-government, which is fundamental to the success of any endeavor, as it reduces work burdens, simplifies administrative tasks, and saves a lot of time, effort, and costs. Therefore, the research aims to build a scale for the implementation of E-Government and to understand the current state of E-Government implementation in Iraqi colleges of physical education and sports sciences. The research problem addressed the following question: What are the requirements for implementing E-Government in colleges of physical education and sports sciences? The researchers employed a descriptive survey method because this approach aims to collect data to identify and analyze a phenomenon related to a specific variable and interpret it. The research population was defined as the faculty members of colleges of physical education and sports sciences in Iraqi universities, numbering approximately 1159 individuals. The sample for the development of the study included 230 faculty members, while the application sample comprised 310 faculty members. For the pilot study, a sample of 60 faculty members was used. The researchers applied scientific principles in constructing the scale to develop a scientifically based E-Government scale. Subsequently, the results were analyzed statistically and interpreted. The researchers concluded that the sports field is subject to environmental changes and thus requires the adoption of advanced and modern technologies to facilitate its operations. The colleges showed keenness and desire to implement E-Government and work with it to improve their strategic performance, and this achieves one of the sustainable development goals of the United Nations in Iraq which is (Quality Education). The researchers recommended conducting training courses and educational seminars on the concept of electronic government, its importance, and how to engage with information technology and computer systems. They emphasized moving away from traditional methods in work management to keep pace with the advancements in technology.


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How to Cite

Tuqa Mohammed Salih, & Mawahib Hameed Numan. (2023). E-Government Requirements in Colleges of Physical Education and Sports Sciences in Iraq. Modern Sport, 22(4), 0014-0027. https://doi.org/10.54702/ms.v22i4.1159