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E-GOVERNMENT
INTRODUCTION
 Concept of e-government started in early 1990s
 High potential channel for supporting a frontend
and back ...
WHAT IS E-GOVERNMENT ?
It is the
transformation of government
to provide
Efficient
Convenient &
Transparent
Services
to
th...
ACCORDING TO WORLD BANK
E-Government refers to the
 Use of information technologies that have
the ability to transform r...
WHY E-GOVERNMENT
1. citizen service
2. provide access to information to
empower citizens
3. so that they can make better l...
COMPONENTS OF E-GOVERNMENT
Technological Component
Social Component
Political Component
Service Component
6
TYPES OF INTERACTIONS IN E-
GOVERNANCE
10/29/2016
7
WHAT DO LEADING NATIONS AIM IN EGOV?
Interactive
Public
Services
Public
Procurement
Public
Internet
Access
Points
Broadban...
E-GOVERNMENT & E-GOVERNANCE
 e-Government
 Transformation of Government
 Modernization of processes & functions
 Bette...
EXAMPLES OF E-SERVICES – G2C
• Birth Certificate
• Health Care
• School Admission
• Scholarships
• e-Learning
• Examinatio...
EXAMPLES OF E-SERVICES – G2B
Close
Expand
Operate
Start-up Explore
Opportunities
•Approvals
•Permissions
•Registrations
•R...
BENEFITS OF E-GOVERNMENT
BENEFITS TO GOVERNMENT
 Law & Policy-making
 e-Government can be a catalyst for legal reform
 Wider & faster disseminat...
BENEFITS TO BUSINESS
 Increased velocity of business
 E.g Tradenet of Singapore
 Ease of doing business with Government...
BENEFITS TO CITIZENS
 Cost and time-savings
 Certainty in getting services
 Better quality of life
 Ease of access of ...
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. E-GOVERNMENT
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Concept of e-government started in early 1990s  High potential channel for supporting a frontend and back end applications.  Internet brings more transparency and faster services
  3. 3. WHAT IS E-GOVERNMENT ? It is the transformation of government to provide Efficient Convenient & Transparent Services to the Citizens & Businesses through Information & Communication Technologies
  4. 4. ACCORDING TO WORLD BANK E-Government refers to the  Use of information technologies that have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government .  These technologies can serve better delivery of government services to citizens. 4
  5. 5. WHY E-GOVERNMENT 1. citizen service 2. provide access to information to empower citizens 3. so that they can make better lives, for themselves and for the next generation.
  6. 6. COMPONENTS OF E-GOVERNMENT Technological Component Social Component Political Component Service Component 6
  7. 7. TYPES OF INTERACTIONS IN E- GOVERNANCE 10/29/2016 7
  8. 8. WHAT DO LEADING NATIONS AIM IN EGOV? Interactive Public Services Public Procurement Public Internet Access Points Broadband Connectivity Interoperability Culture & Tourism Secure G2G Communicat ions
  9. 9. E-GOVERNMENT & E-GOVERNANCE  e-Government  Transformation of Government  Modernization of processes & functions  Better delivery mechanisms  Citizens are recipients  e-Governance  A decisional process  Use of ICT for wider participation of citizens  Citizens are participants ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------- E-Governance refers to the development and enforcement of the policies, laws and regulations necessary to support the functioning of govermental units, while E-Government refers to the use of information technologies by government agencies .
  10. 10. EXAMPLES OF E-SERVICES – G2C • Birth Certificate • Health Care • School Admission • Scholarships • e-Learning • Examination Results • Employment Services • Vehicle Registration • Driver’s License • Passport/Visa • Agriculture • Land Record • Property Registration • Marriage Certificates • Taxes • Utility Services • Municipality Services • Pensions • Insurance • Health Care • Death Certificate
  11. 11. EXAMPLES OF E-SERVICES – G2B Close Expand Operate Start-up Explore Opportunities •Approvals •Permissions •Registrations •Returns •Taxes •Permits •Compliance •Approvals •Permissions •Project Profiles •Infrastructure •State Support •Approvals •Compliance
  12. 12. BENEFITS OF E-GOVERNMENT
  13. 13. BENEFITS TO GOVERNMENT  Law & Policy-making  e-Government can be a catalyst for legal reform  Wider & faster dissemination of laws  Faster & better formulation of policies  Better Regulation  Registration & Licensing - speedier  Taxation – better revenues  Environmental Regulations – better compliance  Transportation & Police – more transparency  More efficient Services to Citizens & Businesses  Better Image  Cost-cutting  Better targeting of benefits  Control of corruption
  14. 14. BENEFITS TO BUSINESS  Increased velocity of business  E.g Tradenet of Singapore  Ease of doing business with Government  e-Procurement  Better Investment climate  Transparency
  15. 15. BENEFITS TO CITIZENS  Cost and time-savings  Certainty in getting services  Better quality of life  Ease of access of information  Added convenience – multiple delivery channels  Possibility of self-service
  16. 16. THANK YOU
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