This study aims to assess the implementation of e-government through the Next Generation Social Welfare Information System (SIKS-NG) for processing poverty data in South Bengkulu Regency. Researchers used a descriptive, qualitative approach. Data collection involved observation, interviews, and documentation. The analysis, using Support, Capacity, and Value criteria, reveals positive aspects in Support, including support, human resources allocation, and socialization by the Social Service Office of South Bengkulu District. However, issues persist in these areas. Capacity falls short in financial and technological resources, and IT expertise. Value shows benefits in accessing social assistance information. Still, many impoverished individuals remain unregistered, indicating room for improvement.