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Why should e-governance be implemented ?

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    • HUL 291: Electronic Governance P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan MS 624 | vignesh@hss.iitd.ac.in http://egroups.google.co.in/egov_iitd Vignesh 1
    • Agenda • Potential benefits & Impact – Increased transparency & reduced corruption – Improved service delivery – Empowerment of rural communities – Improving govt. finances  Vignesh 2
    • 1. Increased transparency & reduced corruption • Dissemination of  rules & regulations to wider  audience • Disclosure of public assets, budget & procurement  information • Civil servant’s decisions available to public • Online monitoring of transactions • Automation to control gatekeepers • Eliminate intermediaries • Example: CVC or GoI Schemes • Teachers’ transfers in Karnataka Vignesh 3
    • 2. Improved service delivery • Less time to complete transactions • Reduction of transaction cost • Delivery to larger amount of population • Improve efficiency of civil servants by  automating • Eliminate staff redundancy • Example: Goa e‐filing  Vignesh 4
    • 3. Empowerment of rural communities • New channel to communities to receive  information & services • Reducing brokerage power of intermediaries • Inclusion of disadvantaged people (women) • Example: Akshaya Centers & Insurance Vignesh 5
    • 4. Improving govt. finances • Reducing costs of transactions for govt.  processes • Increasing revenues by improving audit  functions • Providing better control of expenditure • Example: Khajane in Karnataka – NIC Vignesh 6
    • References • Bhatnagar, S. (2004). Egovernment, New  Delhi: Sage, p.37‐60   • Sharma Photstats Vignesh 7
    • • Thank you! Clarifications Questions Comments Vignesh 8
    • Central Vigilance Commission << Vignesh 9
    • GoI Schemes << Vignesh 10
    • National Informatics Center < Vignesh 11