About eGovWorld Key Achievments from the past

Key Achievements

Some of the key achievements that can be attributed to the deliberations held on e-Gov World and GTF platforms are:

  • Interactions among the Indian and European e-Governance practitioners on impact assessment during the conference titled eGovINdiain 2004 eGovIndialeading to the conceptualization efforts of e-Government Assessment Framework (EAF) of government of India
  • Initiatives by government of India to create knowledge repository on e-Governance that was first proposed during the e-Gov India 2004 and subsequently deliberated in detail during e-Gov World 2006.
  • Efforts to create a structured e-Governance cooperation framework among the South Asian countries have been keenly pursued by government of India after detailed panel discussion held during e-Gov World 2007 session with Mr. R. Chandrashekhar as the chair of the panel and the representatives  from most  the South Asian countries as panel members. The organizers plan to hold further discussions on the issue during e-GovWorld 2011.
  • Initiation of efforts on Mobile Governance (m-Gov)  by DIT, Government of India that were  initiated during the first ever global dialogue on mobile governance conducted by SPeG during e-Gov World 2007 in partnership with e-Development Thematic Group of The World Bank. Since then SPeG has created a global observatory and repository on mobile governance which is the most referred portal on mobile governance globally. SpeG since then have conducted more than 10 workshops and national consultation meetings on mobile governance.
  • Formulation of Open Standards policy on e-Governance by DIT and NIC which was proposed during e-Gov World 2006 in the presence of representatives from DIT, NIC , IBM, Microsoft, Redhat and other stakeholders. Asia OSPA (Open Solutions for Public Administration) Forum was launched during the same conference in partnership with CDAC.
  • Inclusion of stakeholder consultations as mandatory exercise in e-Governance projects after multiple discussions carried during various e-GovWorld conferences and launch of NeGF (National e-Governance Stakeholders Forum) during the annual meeting of UN Solutions Exchange ICTD community in 2008.
  • The mobile banking regulations that were proposed as an idea for financial inclusion during Government Transformation Forum 2009
  • The initiatives to develop interoperable data centres by department of Income Tax, Customs and Excise that was proposed as one of the recommendations during Government Transformation Forum 2009.

There are many such initiatives which were initiated during the deliberations in e-Govworld that went on to become policy strategies of government of India. The organizers will strive to make e-GovWorld 2011 as the catalyst to beginning of the mobile governance revolution in the South Asian Region.

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