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Connectivity Down to Village Level Necessary for e-Readiness : Suresh...

Suresh Chanda is an Indian Administrative Officer of the 1985 batch. He has held several administrative positions in the government of Andhra Pradesh (AP). He was the Special Commissioner, Commercial Taxes Hyderabad and Secretary to Chief Commissioner of Land Administration, Revenue Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh. His current responsibilities include implementation of e-Governance in AP, providing IT Infrastructure for Government and citizen services through IT.

e-Government in Developing Countries

[This article was published in the January 2008 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

Development Strategy Consultant Nagy K.Hanna has analysed in details the concept of e-governance and the transformative role of ICT and e-governance in the developing countries.

A grand show amidst acclaim

[This article was published in the October 2006 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

This text is based on field research in the Vidharba region of Maharashtra, India, in context of the transgenic variety of cotton called Bt Cotton.

International Academy of CIO

[This article was published in the May 2006 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

For the people, the term CIO or Chief Information Officer is today no longer a new word. CIO Magazine

Public Sector Summit 2006

[This article was published in the April 2006 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

Cisco Systems and National Institute for Smart Government (NISG) co-hosted the 2nd Annual Public Sector Summit on Infrastructure for e-Governance at New Delhi on March 9-10, 2006.

Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework for e-Governance:

[This article was published in the February 2006 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

Embarking on massive e-Governance programmes for Governments the worldover to bring about a perceptible change in the very system of governance should not be taken as a matter of course alone

Eyeing Third World leadership Bangladesh embraces e-Governance in earnest

[This article was published in the January 2006 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

Bangladesh, as a developing Third World nation, has understood the crucial importance of e-Governance and the strong prospects that it holds in steering the country on the path of progress if successfully implemented. Cooperation from government officials and staff would be crucial in realising the goals of modernising Bangladesh through e-Governance.

US, Canada top 2006 Waseda University e-Government ranking

The Waseda University Institute of e-Government has released the result of its recently concluded 2006 Waseda University e-Government ranking. The top ten e-Government in the ranking came from USA, Canada, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Germany, Taiwan, Australia, United Kingdom, and Finland.

Nagy Hanna, e-Leadership Institute Knowledge sharing for policy and advocacy :...

The e-Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland is an initiative to link ICT-development practitioners to a network of academic institutions.

Q & A : Priyantha Kariyapperuma, ICT

The government of Sri Lanka claims the e- Sri Lanka initiative to be world