Transparent Governance refers to the use of technology to increase transparency and accountability in government operations, improving trust between citizens and government.
E-Governance facilitates this by providing access to information and enabling citizen participation in decision-making processes.
E-Governance refers to the use of technology, particularly the internet and digital communication tools, to improve government processes and services, increase transparency and citizen engagement, and enhance decision-making. It encompasses a wide range of applications such as online services, digital databases, and digital platforms for communication and participation. The goal of e-governance is to make government more efficient, effective, and responsive to citizens’ needs.
E-Governance enables citizens to access government services and information through digital platforms, such as websites and mobile apps. This includes services like paying taxes, applying for licenses, and accessing public records.
E-Governance systems use digital databases to store and manage government information, making it more accessible and transparent to citizens. This includes data on government budgets, spending, and public contracts.
E-Governance enables citizens to participate in government decision-making through digital platforms such as online forums, social media, and e-petitions.
E-Governance promotes collaboration and information sharing among different government agencies, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of government operations.