An IT technical framework for e-government: based on case study in Indian context
by Pradeep Nair
Electronic Government, an International Journal (EG), Vol. 6, No. 4, 2009

Abstract: Today, new global standards of governance are emerging. Citizens of developing countries are demanding better performance on the part of their governments, and they are increasingly aware of the costs of poor management and corruption. Attitudes are also changing in industrial countries where bribery is no longer viewed as a legitimate cost of doing business overseas. Going through many case studies, the paper thoroughly analyses various developments taking place in ICT sector supporting e-governance projects in Asia, with particular focus on India. The purpose of this paper is to make us realise that only effective implementation of e-governance can take ICT to the common man, helping national and state governments to align their services with the hanging needs of both citizens and stakeholders as well as to develop the economy.

Online publication date: Tue, 11-Aug-2009

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