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The Planning Commission will set up a defined institutional structure for ensuring the speedy completion of the growing number of Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects in the government sector.
This report outlines the structure of the Indian police, details its problems and argues for urgent reform. It proposes the establishment of an external police complaints agency which will act as an oversight mechanism.
This brief stresses on the need to reform insitutions of urban governance in order to facilitate inclusive participation and engagement of communities and citizens at ward and neighborhood level.
The District Health Society in Kamrup district of Assam has designed a unique approach to facilitate cash transfer of voucher for NRHM scheme through post offices.
This is a compendium of 25 case studies that represent institutional reform in service delivery across a range of sectors. It examines the commonalities in the studies to infer the factors that make an initiative a success or a failure.
The General Administration Department of Odisha has developed a modern personnel management system that makes effective use of the latest information technology.
The Government of India is considering bringing private industrial houses under the purview of its proposed anti-graft law to ensure transparency and check level of corruption.
The government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to frame a new Police Act that will bring in major changes in the 1861 Police Act. The objective of modernising the Act is to make it more relevant and rational in modern era.
Highlighting the importance of the Sevottam Quality Management System in strengthening governance, India's Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions announced that the framework will now be implemented at district levels.
Tackling bribery in India [Working Paper]
This paper presents a radical idea for handling incidence of bribes in the country by categorising different kinds of bribes. It argues for legalising bribes that people often have to give to get what they are legally entitled to.

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