Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
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Why e-Governance? [Working Paper]
This document discusses the need to leverage e-governance tools to improve governance in India; as technology interventions lead to decentralization, delegation, and effective delivery of services.
This initiative was conferred Gold Award in the category of “Outstanding e-Governance initiatives by Academic and Research Institutions” in the National e-Governance Awards 2013-14 [Uploaded on 17th June, 2014]
E-governance in India [Working Paper]
The paper examines various policy initiatives undertaken and institutions developed as a move to encourage e-governance in India. It also analyses the impact of e-governance on the relationship between politicians, public servants and citizens.
This guide provides a framework for preparing inclusive and sustainable assessment tools to measure local governance- decentralisation of policies and processes, the inter-relationships of actors and institutions, democracy and performance.
This initiative was conferred Silver award in the category of “Excellence in Government Process Re-engineering” in the National e-Governance Awards, 2013
As India's dependence on technological platforms for service delivery increases, this document presents a framework to enable wider citizen participation in the countries' various e-governance projects.
This paper outlines the meaning of local governance and describes issues, concepts, priorities and challenges for local governance that existing tools and methodologies focus on, and is based on direct feedback from the users of assessment tools.
This initiative was conferred Gold award in the category of innovative use of GIS Technology in e-Governance in National e-Governance Awards 2013-14.
This study explores complexities of urban local governance by observing current practices and structures of implementation mechanisms. It presents an overview of urban governance in Maharastra with an analysis of the working of municipal corporations
This initiative was conferred Bronze award in the category of “Innovative Use Technology in e-” in the National e-Governance Awards, 2013 [Uploaded on 27.06.2013]

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