Sunday, December 17, 2006

Misra, D.C. (2006): Ten Emerging E-government Challenges Today

Misra, D.C. (2006): Ten Emerging E-government Challenges Today

This is a paper contributed by me on for the Keynote Session on December 15, 2006 in the 4th International Conference on E-Governance (ICEG), December 15-17, 2007, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. The paper overviews the e-government scenario as it obtains at the end of year 2006 and identifies ten emerging e-government challenges which can help policy makers in e- government policy formulation and implementation highlighting the central position of efficient public service delivery and certain e-government developments like global and national league tables, information explosion, technology forecasts, management information systems (MISs), e-government project monitoring, wiki technology, semantic web and artificial intelligence (AI) and concludes that the future of e-government may be quite sobering after the initial hype surrounding it settles down.Check the paper at:

Dr D.C.Misra
December 17, 2006

Saturday, July 15, 2006


These are two presentations I made some time back. May be of interest to members of the group. Check:

Misra, D.C. (2006a): E-government: The State of Art Today, Keynote Presentation at
Seminar on Using the Internet for Electronic Delivery of Government Services, Internet Fiesta 2006, March 20, (accessed July 15, 2006)

Misra, D.C. (2006b): E-government: The State of Art Today-2, A Presentation at the Official Launching of the Government-to-Government System and CIO Workshop,
Thursday, May 25, 2006, Ebene Cyber Tower, Rose Hill, Mauritius, (accessed: July 15, 2006)

Dr D.C.Misra
July 15, 2006