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e-Government and cloud computing? 1 Reply

The Connected Government Summit 2010 in Mombasa Kenya from 29th March to 1st April (http://www.ict.go.ke/connectedgov/).  The theme of the summit was…Continue

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Started by Mwende Njiraini. Last reply by Ndeshipanda Ndilula Aug 20, 2011.

e-government challenges 1 Reply

There are various challenges to the implementation of e-government, the following document gives a good summary of these challenges: …Continue

Started by Mwende Njiraini. Last reply by Omer Abdelhamid Ibrahim Gibreel Jun 22, 2011.

Leveraging E-government at a Time of Financial and Economic Crisis 1 Reply

The report (http://www.unpan.org/egovernment.asp)presents various roles for e-government in addressing the ongoingworld financial and economic…Continue

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Started by Mwende Njiraini. Last reply by Subhodeep Kundu Apr 21, 2010.

e-Governance and and service delivery, the role of going paperless

Dear member of e-Governance group, I am very happy to join this group. I come with an issue on paperless government and its role in service delivery to the citizens. Going paperless is a good target…Continue

Tags: digital divide, service delivery, Paperless, e-Goverment, e-Governance

Started by Emmanuel Habumuremyi Mar 31, 2010.

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Comment by Oladimeji Ogunseye on February 20, 2012 at 12:50pm

Great to be in this group. e-government strategies is vital to efficient government operations.

Comment by Ndeshipanda Ndilula on July 2, 2011 at 9:33pm
Dear friends, it is good to be  part of this group because I am interested in sharing e-government experience with you. One of the challenges experienced in Namibia is ICT-phobia, meaning that the majority ane not e-ready. One option to overcome this is to create awareness and tools.
Comment by Ndeshipanda Ndilula on June 26, 2011 at 7:04pm
Dear friends, I am working as  e-government project coordinator in Namibia that is why I am interested in joining this group to learn and share experience.
Comment by Mwende Njiraini on March 31, 2010 at 3:46pm
Connected Government: An Initiative of the ICT Board http://www.ict.go.ke/connectedgov/
 

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