The immense improvement in information and communications technologies (ICT) has motivated service providers to offer services through electronic channels. Governments also realize the widespread, cost-effective and strategic roles that ICT plays in order to serve citizens and other businesses. With the development of a greater number and variety of e-services, citizens have higher expectations and demands and they only quest for those government e-services that are high in quality (i.e. as far as performance, security, availability, etc. are concerned).
Although some studies have proposed some quality models, standards and frameworks that organizations can adopt to meet the expectations of citizens, they vary in terms of their domain of use, their maturity in providing the services, the number of factors they consider, their importance and their validity. One of the concern of the E-governments are to prioritize and invest in those quality factors that are of greater interest to citizens. This study presents a quality trend analysis for the evaluation of the quality of e-government services.