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e-Governance for serving the people

Madhusudan Padhi Commissioner-Cum-Secretary, Department of Information Technology, Government of Odisha “The policies of the government must aim to enhance the quality of the government services being provided in...

Mee Seva Setting new standards for e-Governance

Sanjay Jaju Secretary, Information Technology & Communications Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh Sanjay Jaju says, “Mee Seva is self-sustainable and easily replicable. It is now being used as...

Punjab Police Goes Hi-Tech

[This article was published in the November 2011 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

In a bid to improve transparency and efficiency, the Police Department of Punjab has decided to go digital by this year.

e-Government Programme Implementation in Sri Lanka

[This article was published in the December 2009 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

For a successful e-Government implementation, any country should adopt its own implementation approach, which is moulded according to the unique characteristics of the country.

Data Centre Initiative as Management Approach

[This article was published in the December 2009 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

Madhya Pradesh has been one of the earliest States to adopt Information Technology for improvement of internal processes and for delivering citizen services

eIndia 2009 nominations: G2c

[This article was published in the September 2009 issue of the eGov Magazine (http://www.egovonline.net) ]

Government to Citizens (G2C) Initiative of the Year: Government to Citizens (G2C) Initiative of the Year Award recognises those government departments who have used ICT tools to provide and improve government services, transactions and interactions with citizens.

Successful e-Governance Demands e-Enabled States : Suresh Chanda, Secretary, Department of...

“Since India is a large country, e-enabling government departments has to be dealt at the state level. The Central government can only act as a facilitator by impressing upon every state government the significance of ICT projects in public welfare.”

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.

India: CIO

A conference of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) brought together Chief Information Officers from government departments to share the various e-Governance models implemented in different government departments was launched at Bangalore, India.

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.