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E governance: Impact on corruption

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PPT Preented at 4th International conference on E-Governance for emerging India.. Gives insights of E-Governance to curb the corruption

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E governance: Impact on corruption

  1. 1. E-Governance : Impact on Corruption Hrishikesh Satyakumar Kakde 17-18/02/2017 14th International conference on E-governance for emerging India
  2. 2. Contents • Corruption • E-Government and E-Governance • Evolution of E-governance in India • Case Studies : E-Governance projects in India • Impact assessment : E-Governance to curb corruption • Challenges before India to fully implement E- Governance • Suggestions 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 2
  3. 3. Corruption 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 3 Transparency International : Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. According to Prof. Dr.Petrus Van Duyne, “corruption is decay in the decision making, wherein decision maker tries to earn reward as he/she is the authority, while these motives influencing his or her decision making cannot be part of justification of the decision”.
  4. 4. E-Government and E-Governance E-Government E-Governance Superstructure Functionality Decisions Processes Rules Performance Implementation Coordination Outputs Outcomes Electronic service delivery Electronic participation in service delivery Electronic workflow Electronic Controllership 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 4
  5. 5. Evolution of E-governance in India 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 5 2014 E-kranti 2.0 2006 National e-governance plan 1990's Department/State wise initiatives 1980's Computerization
  6. 6. Case Studies : E-Governance projects in India • KAVERI - Computerization of sub registrar’s offices in Karnataka • eProcurement - Online tendering in Andhra Pradesh • Lokvani-Enabling citizens to report problems and resolve complaints online: Sitapur(uttarpardesh, India) • Bhoomi-Land record is computerized (Karnataka) • Interstate Computerized Check posts in Gujarat 17-18/02/20164th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 6
  7. 7. Impact assessment : E-Governance to curb corruption 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 7
  8. 8. Challenges before India to fully implement E-Governance 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 8
  9. 9. Reasons for Marginal Impact on Corruption • Privileged citizen seldom experience poor service • Lack of motivation at the top to root out corruption • Weak monitoring and supervision • E-Government can not be the only tool. Needs to be implemented in a context of multi-pronged action • Processes not reengineered adequately-continued lack of transparency • Insufficient education and awareness of citizens • Inadequate complaint handling mechanisms 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 9
  10. 10. Suggestions • Minimizing digital divide gap • Inter-agency and intergovernmental e-governance dimensions are essential. • A nationwide mandate to allocate a fixed percentage of annual budget to e-Governance • The need to adopt a mature, integrated and holistic solution/services based approach • National level governance of the e-Governance programme • Key Personnel appointed for the entire term of an e- Governance initiative 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 10
  11. 11. 17-18/02/20174th International conference on E-governance for emerging India 11

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