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E-governance of Bangladesh: Present Scenario, Expectation, Ultimate Target and Recommendation
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.115-134  
Author(s)
Giash Uddin
KEYWORDS
E-governance, E-government, Public Sector Organizations, Traditional paper-based System, Integrated system, Enterprise architecture of egovernance, IT Infrastructure
ABSTRACT
E-governance has been recognize as an integrated system of radical change and strategic tools that supports and simplifies governance to improve some criteria like easy access to information, participation of citizens, efficiency, prompt service delivery,
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