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  • 1. HUL 291: Electronic Governance P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan MS 624 | vignesh@hss.iitd.ac.in htt // l i / iitdhttp://egroups.google.co.in/egov_iitd 11Vignesh Agenda • Types ‐ partnerships • Stages• Stages • Features 22Vignesh Relationship • Citizens • Business • Government Source: Fang (2002) 33Vignesh Types •G2C •C2G •G2B •B2G•B2G •G2E •G2G •G2N •N2G Source: Fang (2002) 44Vignesh
  • 2. Stages 1. Information  publishing /  dissemination 2. Official two‐ way  transactions 3. Multi‐ purpose portals dissemination transactions 4. Portal  personalization 5. Clustering of  common  i 6. Full  integration of  t f ti p services transformation 55Vignesh Stages Cont.. Vignesh 66 Layne & Lee, 2001 Features access demand skills d h i demand secured comprehensive di it l di id privacy digital divide easy to use democratic Vignesh 77 interoperable reengineer References • Fang, Z. (2002). E‐government in digital era: Concept, practice,  and development. Int.  Journal of the Computer, the Internet  d M t 10 (2) 1 22and Management, 10 (2), 1‐22. • Layne, K. & Lee, J. (2001). Developing fully functional e‐ government: A four stage model. Government Information g g f Quarterly, 18, 122–136. • Silcock, R. (2001). What is e‐government?. Parliamentary  Aff i 54 88 101Affairs, 54, 88‐101. • Sharma Photostats Vignesh 88
  • 3. • Thank you! ClarificationsClarifications Questions Comments Vignesh 99