E-GOVERNANCE – REFORMING GOVERNMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

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Created by: Amit Arya Department of Business Administration Dhanwate National College, Nagpur Shri Narendra Modi Jee Prime Minister, India Nine Pillars of Digital India e-Governance: Reforming Governance through Technology

4th Pillar: E-GOVERNANCE – REFORMING GOVERNMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY:

4 th Pillar: E-GOVERNANCE – REFORMING GOVERNMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

E-Governance Initiatives:

E-Governance Initiatives

4. E-GOVERNANCE – REFORMING GOVERNMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY:

4. E-GOVERNANCE – REFORMING GOVERNMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY The guiding principles for reforming Government through technology are: Form simplification and field reduction – Forms should be made simple and user friendly and only minimum and necessary information should be collected. Online applications and tracking - Online applications and tracking of their status should be provided. Online Database - Use of online database e.g. for certificates, educational degrees, identity documents, etc. should be mandated so that citizens are not required to submit these documents in physical form. Integration of services and platforms – Integration of services and platforms e.g. Aadhaar platform of Unique Identity Authority of India (UIDAI), payment gateway, Mobile Seva platform, sharing of data through open Application Programming Interfaces (API) and middleware such as National and State Service Delivery Gateways (NSDG/SSDG) should be mandated to facilitate integrated and interoperable service delivery to citizens and businesses.

types of e - governance:

types of e - governance G2G G2E G2B G2C

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e-Governance 1. 2. 3.Online repository

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Integration of platform

Government 2 citizens:

Government 2 citizens G2C is transaction between government and citizens. It includes,  Basic citizens services such as online registration of birth/death/marriage certificates Health care, education services etc.  filing of income taxes Example: The example of Government to Citizens is that  National Portal of India India.gov.in G2C

Government 2 business:

Government 2 business G2B is transaction between government and Business. It includes ,  D issemination of policies, memos etc.  Government rules and regulations.  B usiness information A pplication forms, renewing licenses, registration, payment of taxes. Example: The example of Government to Business is that  Business Portal of India Business.gov.in G2B

Government 2 Government:

Government 2 Government G2E is transaction between between the central/national and local governments, and between government department and agencies and organisation . It Includes,  Records by state government  Schemes,plan,Initiatives Example: The example of Government to Government is that e-governance standard Portal of India http://egovstandards.gov.in G2G

Government 2 employee:

Government 2 employee G2E is transaction between government and Employee. It Includes,  Online conference for employee  Online training  Employee information Example: The example of Government to Employee is that Ex. e-Training for Employees www.egovonline.net G2E

E-GOVERNANCE BEST PRACTICES:

E-GOVERNANCE BEST PRACTICES Fast & easy services Increased accountability Increased transparency Reduced corruption Increased efficiency due to connectivity Tickets & fines E-polling tax filing E-voting Vehicle registration Transaction

References:

References http://www.digitalindia.gov.in/content/public-internet-access-programme http://ndlm.in/ http://csc.rozgarduniya.com/ http://164.100.115.10/banking/index.html http://164.100.115.10/health/ http://www.indiapost.gov.in/Pdf%5CMoCUpdate6jan2016_News_Upload.pdf https://mmrda.maharashtra.gov.in

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Thank You! Data collected from websites of : Digital India, Ministry of communications and Information Technology Department of Telecom Department of Electronics & Information Technology [DeitY]

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