Building e-Governance for Development: A Framework for National and Donor Action

@article{Heeks2001BuildingEF,
  title={Building e-Governance for Development: A Framework for National and Donor Action},
  author={Richard Heeks},
  journal={Political Institutions: Bureaucracies \& Public Administration eJournal},
  year={2001}
}
  • Richard Heeks
  • Published 18 February 2001
  • Political Science
  • Political Institutions: Bureaucracies & Public Administration eJournal
As noted in a related paper, information and communication technologies have a valuable potential to help meet good governance goals in developing countries. Yet that potential remains largely untapped to date. Why? Because of poor human, organisational and technological infrastructure and because of the inappropriate approaches taken by donors, vendors and governments.<br><br>This paper hopes to point the way forward by describing the contents of a National e-Governance Initiative (NeGI) for… 
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