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This presentation talks about the Core Concepts of E-governance

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  • 1. HUL291: Electronic GovernanceHUL291: Electronic Governance P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan MS 624 | vignesh@hss.iitd.ac.in http://groups.google.co.in/group/egov_iitd Agenda • Government  Definitions & Types– Definitions & Types • Governance • Electronic – ICTs • E‐governance 2Vignesh Government • Subject matter of political science • Meanings – Process of governing / authoritative exercise of  power – Existence of the process / condition of ordered rule – People who fill the positions of authority – Relationship between government & governed 3Vignesh Govt. (Contin) • Sovereign state• Sovereign state  – Important, but not mandatory • Offices & roles – Legislature (rule makers) – Executive (implementing ) – Judiciary (interpretation and application) Vignesh 44
  • 2. Types Criterion • Arrangement of offices• Arrangement of offices  – Between offices legislature & executive l i hi b l &• relationship between people & govt. – Level of coercion • Liberal Democratic  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Totalitarian – Military, monarchy, dictatorial, single party,  parliamentary, presential…. • World map  Vignesh 5 Governance • Act of governing • First used by Plato – Greek ‘kubernáo’ = toFirst used by Plato  Greek  kubernáo    to  steer • Central ideas• Central ideas – Accountability; legitimacy; & transparency B d li l l f• Broader term applies to any level of system  that is governed – Corporate governance & “Satyam”  • Changes ‐ role of state & the way it exercises  power  Vignesh 6 Electronic • ~ Information & Communication Technologies  (ICT )(ICTs) • Included: Radio, TV, telephones, mobile, PC,  Internet  • How do you interact with government through y g g mobile? – Example: Kohlapur, PDS, SMSp p , , Vignesh 7 Electronic governance • Definition is evolving • Use of ICTs in governance • Broader in scope than e‐governmentp g • Importance to citizen engagement • Dependent on ICTs State society external• Dependent on ICTs, State, society, external  conditions (Globn.) M l i l i• Mostly in relation to government – Which the course adopts Vignesh 8
  • 3. E-gov Conti.. • Possible tensionsPossible tensions – efficiency Vs bureaucracy transparency Vs control– transparency Vs control – empowerment Vs disempowerment centralization Vs distributed provision– centralization Vs distributed provision – commercialization Vs regulation it V– community Vs anomy Vignesh 9 References • Robinson, M. 1996. Governance, p.347‐348. • Curtice J 1996 Government p 348‐349Curtice, J. 1996. Government, p.348 349. – In: Kuper, A. and Kuper, J. 1996. The Social Sciences Encyclopedia,  London:Routledge.  – @ Sharma Photostats • Rossel, P. and Finder, M. 2007. Conceptualizing e‐Governance. ACM  International Conference Proceeding Series; Vol. 232, Proceedings of g ; , g f the 1st international conference on Theory and practice of electronic  governance, Macao, China.  – Uploaded in the egroupUploaded in the egroup.  Vignesh 10 • Clarifications? • Questions? • Thank you! Vignesh 11 World Governments Vignesh 12 Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Form_of_government.png <

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