Government's work is god's work, and e-gov's work is to make the governments work.
The Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), in collaboration with the Commonwealth Centre for E-Governance (CCEG), the Commonwealth Secretariat at London, the Government of AP, and the Government of Kerala, is organizing an International Conference On E-Governance In The Developing World: Best Practices And Critical Success Factors. This 3-day event, will explore issues regarding the evolution of e-governance in developing countries.
The promotion of good practices in the area of e-government can favorably influence the transformation of governments. The resulting benefits can be reduced corruption and waste, increased transparency, greater convenience, more efficient government, stronger economic benefits, revenue growth, and cost reductions. International experts from governments, academic institutions and private sector organizations will be participating in this conference. The purpose of these talks is to present expert knowledge on how information and communication technologies (ICT) and other evolving technologies can be used to help governments in developing countries. Many delegates from the developing countries will be attending these series of presentations, panel discussions and interactive sessions.
Experts from developed countries will be invited to make presentations on best practices and successful implementations of e-governance. Government experts and academics from th developing countries would be in a position to make the case for their needs to evolve e-governance programs. There will also be sessions on polices and programs needed to move e-governance and e-government forward.
The overarching focus of the event is to bring government officials and industry/academic experts from both the developed and developing world to engage in dialogue on how developing countries can move forward through the use of ICTs.
Please contact Dr N Gorla on 2331-0952 or log on to www.egov2005.com for further details.