ABSTRACT. Mukama et al. affirm that the problems of development, implementation and use of information systems concern interactions between human, organizational and technical factors. Marinova maintains that organizational culture provides a blueprint for eliciting and supporting the types of employee behaviors which the organization has developed to cope with its problems of external adaptation and internal integration. Johnson and Goetz state that many organizations find it challenging to stay in compliance with various government laws and regulations.



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