What is e-governance?
This paper is a brief introduction to the notion of `e-governance,' which the author defines as a set of technology-mediated processes that are changing both the delivery of public services and the broader interactions between citizens and government.
This is a list of online information sources related to e-governance.
The World Bank E*Government Site
This site focuses on e-government in developing countries. Case studies are presented here as a source of ideas and learning. Each follows a common structure, assessing government strategies and experience with e-government tools.
CCEG - Commonwealth Centre for Electronic Governance
The CCEG is working to develop sets of best practices on how to use technologies to implement the goals and objectives of public administration. It is the goal of CCEG to work with governments and international organizations to contribute to the growing knowledge base on e-Government, e-Governance and e-Democracy.