More Details about E-Gov 2.0 Policies,Processes And Techno

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Author(s)Bhattacharya Jaijit
PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2011


e-Governance takes from several disciplines—computer science, organisational behaviour, political science, process re-engineering and law. This makes this area very unique and specialised; and it is important considering the fact that the appropriate adoption of IT in governance leads to: A nation-wide improvement in the efficiency and effectiveness of governance. Increased security and improved quality of citizen’s lives. The book discusses, from an on-the-ground perspective, issues of policies, processes and technologies for adoption of e-Governance. The architectural framework as well as people-related issues are covered in detail.