Mobile government is one of the new and important development in e-government. The promise of m-government to provide greater access to government information is progressing in many developed and developing countries. Current mobile government does not exploit the full potential of available technology. Research shows there is a lack of a perfect killer application or a framework to find killer application. Without this framework, the developing countries will lose an opportunity to accelerate the development where the potential inherently lies in the technologies. In this context, this paper aims to present a framework to find killer applications in M-government which can be followed by any country. Also the framework is explained with the case-study of Indian subcontinent which can be viewed as reference.
The framework consist of three simple steps. The first step is to abridge the emerging m-government applications through a context-based integrative schema. The second step is to prioritize and weigh the CSF criteria of killer applications through AHP. The third step is to evaluate the short-listed applications with the weighted CSF criteria to find the mobile government killer applications.
Later, the framework is carried out exactly as stated to find the m-government killer applications for India.