e-Gov 2.0 Policies, Processes and Technologies

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Tata McGraw Hill Education, 2012 - Internet in public administration - 604 pages
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Ever since Government of India and state governments started adopting eGovernance, experts have explored the methodology, form and utility of eGovernance initiatives. Today experts in eGovernance take a variety of approaches. Some explore the utility of eGovernance initiatives and find that, depending on region, culture or even literacy, citizens perceive benefits of eGovernance in different ways. Others regard eGovernance as a critical component supporting growth of the country by increasing efficiency of Government resources benefitting citizens at large.
Jaijit Bhattacharya’s book has been somewhat different. Like an analyst, he picked up a great deal about the concerns and problems that drive the design, development and adoption of an eGovernance platform. For all stakeholders of eGovernance there is much to be learned here .
eGov 2.0 is an excellent reference book. It analyzes different eGovernance models and reveals the intricacies of conceptualization, development and deployment.

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The book egov 2.0 discusses the aspects to be borne in mind for starting on the path for transformation to e-governance (electronic government). It is highly interesting and a great learning tool for providing solutions for effective e-governance in the present day context. Explains in detail about how to leverage the power of IT for egovernance and inspires to embark upon the path of e-government. 

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