Case Study Report : United Nations E-Government Survey 2014: E-government for the future we want (Chapter 7: E-Government for the post-2015 era: the usage perspective)

E-government is a part of our digital communication nowadays throughout the whole world.  It is known to everybody that there are lots of publications in the World and it expresses different views either technically or traditionally.  Traditional publications are not as fast as comparing with technical publications.   In our old decades, various publications were come into picture but in today’s world the data publications by different digital media are much faster than those days.  The demands of using these types of information are also increasing with the pace of digital publications.  Lots of developing countries are making their entire efforts to implement the digital media through which various types of initiatives can successfully be enhanced advertently after the 2015 era of digitization where the developed countries have already finished their infrastructures of E-government for sustainable implementation and growth of successful project missions.  As per our economic point of view, demand indicates the desire which is backed by purchasing power but in another sense it depends on other factors as well.  In the same way, the demand side for E-government also depends on other socio-economic infrastructures of a country in this digital era of civilization.

The overall objective of implementing the E-government uptake is to make the tangible benefits of the people and society of the countries.  On this basis, the Government of a country should make well infrastructure as well as well-resourced training for the implementation of different societal projects for the development of the people of the country.  People have different needs and requirements from different corners.  The Governments should inquire about those things and after the proper analysis E-government policies are framed for the public good.  In this way, the development era of E-government infrastructures has increased in this world.

The framers of the policy may change their outlook and overview from time to time.  On that basis, the communication is the main part on an immediate basis.  On that time, the policy of E-government infrastructure helps the trained resources of a country to develop among them.  By knowing that information through the world of technology, trained resources can easily implement their action plans as far as the mission is concerned over there.  They can also apply their strategic outlook as per their requirement and also communicate with higher authorities from time to time.  So it can remarkably be reiterated that E-government uptake has learnt a new chapter in our daily life where we can learn much more than our traditional knowledgeable point of view of learning within a very short span of time as per our convenient way of walking. – Tapas Kumar Debnath, India



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