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  1. Central E-governance Initiative in USA Presented By: Sandip Oli Roll no: 24
  2. 2 The initiative  In july, 2001 an initiative known as ‘Expanding Electronic Government’ was initiated as a part of the President’s Management Agenda (PMA).  This document included the details of 23 cross agency e- government initiatives.  An e-government task force was also set up to review these 23 initiatives.
  3. 3 Principles of PMA  Citizen centric: Instead of being bureaucracy or agency centered, it should focus on common. citizens.  Result oriented: It should produce measurable improvement for citizens.  Market based: It should promote innovation.
  4. 4 The objectives of task force  Use Internet-related technologies to accelerate and streamline service delivery to citizens.  Reduce paperwork burdens on business.  Improve management and responsiveness of joint federal-state-local programs.  Apply commercial best practices to improve government operating efficiency.  Focus on computer security, disaster response, and intergovernmental communications for public safety.
  5. 5 Project kick-off  The E-Government Task Force kicked off the project on August 9th.  By September 5th, 80 interviews were conducted with senior federal and state officials, including political appointees and career civil officials.  More than 175 e-mail responses were also received, and more than 269 information technology "projects" were uncovered.
  6. 6 Areas requiring attention  The task force identified five key areas that require executive attention to enable federal E-Government success: 1. agency participation 2. Lack of architecture decisions 3. Security and privacy concerns 4. Resource availibility 5. Resistance from key stakeholders
  7. 7 Areas requiring attention  The PMC agreed to provide the executive leadership and management attention needed to overcome these barriers.  In addition, the PMC endorsed the task force’s federal computer security and architecture recommendations.
  8. 8 The impementation  Agencies now began the difficult work of finalizing business cases and implementing the recommendations through a governance structure that includes "managing partners" working in cooperation with other partner agencies, measuring progress, and coordinating with interagency councils/steering groups on a portfolio of improvements cutting across the federal government.
  9. 9 Categories of services  Government to Citizens (G2C): The objective of this category of service is to provide one stop online access to governmental information and services to individual citizens. Example: govbenefits.gov portal provides instantaneous information about all government program and service to citizens.
  10. 10 Categories of services  Government to Business (G2B): The objective of this category of service is to provide on stop access to business community on information pertaining to all government procedures, and rules, and regulations pertaining to them. Example: Citizens or Business can easily find rules and regulations at www.regulation.gov .
  11. 11 Categories of services  Government to Government (G2G): The objective of this category of service is to enable different wings of the federal government or the state government interact effectively with each other.  Internal Efficiency and Effectiveness (IEE): The objective of this catagory of service is to modernize and improve the efficiency of the internal process of the federal Government in order to reduce the cost of internal administration of the federal government.
  12. 12 The impementation
  13. 13 The impementation
  14. 14 References  https://georgewbush- whitehouse.archives.gov/omb/pubpress/2001-54.html  https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=468481
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