Understanding the Factors that Influence the Acceptance of Technology in Poverty Alleviation Programs: Case Study of Civil Servants in Indonesia

Published: 18 March 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9zh4ppkrg9.1
Apriyadi Apriyadi,
, Muhammad Husni Thamrin


In an era where technology is rapidly evolving, its integration into various sectors, including poverty alleviation programs, has become increasingly important. This dataset presents a comprehensive analysis of the factors influencing the acceptance of technology among civil servants in Indonesia, focusing on its application in poverty alleviation initiatives. By examining variables such as usability, accessibility, and the impact of socio-cultural factors, the dataset offers valuable insights into the readiness and challenges faced by civil servants in adopting technological solutions. Through this case study, we aim to shed light on the critical aspects that can enhance the effectiveness of technology-driven poverty alleviation programs, ultimately contributing to the broader goal of sustainable development and reduced inequality in Indonesia.



Universitas Sriwijaya Program Pascasarjana


Information and Communication Technologies, Analysis of Poverty