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E-Governance and E-Government: Concept of Modernization



In this article, we are going to learn about the concept of modernization, E-Governance and E-Government, its definitions..
Submitted by Brajesh Kumar Shrivash, on March 25, 2018

E-government

It stands for electronic government. The government working process or all the government departments are computerized now a day. E-government is a general term for online services from local organizations, state and governments.

E-governance

As indicated by The UNESCO, E-governance is a public sector's utilization of data and communication Technology’s with a specific goal to enhance data and service delivery, propelling occupant association in the decision making and making government more responsible, transparent and effective. E-governance includes new styles of service, novel approaches to choose strategy and better approaches for getting to training, and tuning in to citizens and better approaches for sorting out and conveying data and services. The intention is to give better access, responsibility and proficiency in the delivery of government schemes and plans.

Technology is at the core of the idea of transforming the way India perceives governance. While computerisation of government offices was the primary indication of progress that was found in the 90s, the e-Governance in India has relentlessly developed to be more citizen-centric.

The working process of government is through computer system like to share data/information amongst multiple departments/people through internet. The citizens can access information about government schemes, plans, check application status online etc. The government departments have their own web portal to recognize them as well as access relevant information.



According to Bedi, Singh and Srivastava, (2001)

"E-governance is the great utilization of data and communication technologies to change and improve the efficiency, effectiveness, transparent system and responsibility of instructive and value-based trades with in government, between government organizations at National, State, Municipal and Local levels, citizen and organizations, and to approve subjects through access and utilization of information. On a very basic level, E-governance involves electronic service which utilizes data and communication advancements at different levels of the legislature and people in general division to enhance service."

E-Governance and E-Government

According to Clift, (2003)

“E-democracy builds on e-governance and focuses on the actions and innovations enabled by ICTs combined with higher levels of democratic motivation and intent”.

Read more: E-Government Models.

References:

Bedi, K., Singh, P.J. & Srivastava, S. (2001) government net: new governance opportunities for India. New Delhi: Sage

Clift, S. (2003) E-Governance to E-Democracy: Progess in Australia and New Zealand toward Information Age Democracy, available at: http://www.publicus.net/articles/edempublicnetwork.html






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