Government-to-Citizen projects

Government-to-Citizen (G2C) projects create an interface between the Government and Citizens enabling them to deliver the benefits from a large range of public services. These projects expand the availability and accessibility of public services and improve the quality of services for the citizens. These projects give the choice of when to interact with the Government, where to interact with the Government- service centers on 24/7 basis, and how to interact - through internet, fax, telephone, email or face-to-face etc.

Bangalore One- a Citizen Friendly Government Services of Karnataka pdf 216.18 kb
The days of standing in a queue for anything & everything from applying for a passport or purchasing movie tickets to paying electricity bills and telephone bills seem to be heading towards oblivion.
Keywords : NISG, i4d, Karnataka, Bangalore, integrated citizen services, BOOT,G2C,B2C, transaction, mode of payment
Posted : 1st May, 2009
One-stop services to citizen- Integrated Citizen Services pdf 625.25 kb
Integrated Citizen Service Centers as many are aware are one-stop centers where varied Government services are made available,thus,doing away with the need for the citizen to travel to different locations interacting with different Government departments.
Keywords : one stop shop, G2C, integrated service center, rural, bangalore one
Posted : 1st May, 2009
Nemmadi Telecenter Project of Karnataka pdf 107.23 kb
Nemmadi aims to deliver citizen centric services to people across state. Services like issueing of varios certificates, reservations are made available under single-window concept. It is a Cost effective, speedy and efficient interface between Government
Keywords : Karnataka, taluka, telecenter, G2C, Vipin Singh, Jayateerth Gururaj
Posted : 29th April, 2009
VAT Soft: VAT processing system pdf 68.87 kb
VAT soft gives advantage of increase in the tax collection and improve the tax administration at Commercial Tax Offices under the constraint of human resources. Secondly it will mitigate the hardship to the tax payers when they are dealing with the VAT of
Keywords : Karnataka, VAT Soft, BA Harish Gowda, PV Bhat, Karnataka Commercial Taxes Department, Key project outcomes, G2C
Posted : 29th April, 2009
Bhoomi - Karnataka pdf 215.41 kb
The Bhoomi, Online Delivery of land records in Karnataka demonstrates the benefit of making Government records more open to citizens. This Chapter is reproduced from the book ?e-Governance Case Studies? Ed: Ashok Agarwal, Pub: Universities Press 2007
Keywords : Rajeev Chawla, bhoomi, online delivery of land records, department of revenue, record of rights, tenancy and crops
Posted : 29th April, 2009