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The e-Governance Landscape

With the incessant focus of Governments across the world to improve the service delivery, responsive engagement and increase the efficiency of its offices, significant impetus is being put on use of technology to transform governance the way it is done. Efforts are being put to provide better service delivery at reduced costs, increase public sector efficiency, minimize corruption, improve public sector efficiency, and improve the accountability, transparency and responsiveness of the public sector. 

Governments and other agencies working on e-governance are taking up key initiatives and projects and addressing the challenges arising mainly because each country’s state and growth trajectory is different with varying nuances of its own. While each country is charting its own path in e-governance, countries may learn from the implementation of e-governance in other countries high on UN e-government index.

18 Criteria for building successful e-Services

UK scores high in terms of building citizen-centric services and delivering personalized digital experience. All its interfaces through which services are delivered are equally amazing in meeting satisfactory standard. The …

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Land Records Management system of New Zealand

Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is a government agency responsible for providing authoritative land and seabed information including boundary definition and titles for property dealings. The agency manages over 60 …

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Crafting citizen first digital service

New Zealanders may expect a thorough revamp in the way they avail government services. With an aim to bring all government services under the digital umrella, New Zealand government has …

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