E- Governance Pros and Cons.

There has been   the rapid growth of the IT sector which can transform the generation
and delivery of public services, thereby reconfiguring   relationships between
government and citizens , governments and businesses as well as within and
between governments .   E-government has the   potential to improve the performance
of public institutions and make them more transparent and responsive; facilitate
strategic connections in government by creating   joined-up administrations in
which users can access information and services via portals or ‘one-stop-shops’;
and empower civil-society organisations   and citizens by making knowledge
and other resources more directly accessible. The concept of e-governance results in new ways of governing via new information and communication .It is cheaper and more effective management and processing of information; there is   a freer flow of information between departments, agencies and layers within government,   an important point there is transparency, particularly in relation to the procurement of government services , the strengthening of intermediary democratic institutions, such as parliaments, local government which is very important for democracy to be strong. Successful e-government initiatives can have demonstrable and tangible impact on improving citizen participation and quality of life as a result of effective multi-stakeholder partnerships.
There is no standard definition of e governance.
It is important to recognize that e-Government is not an end it Is an enabler.
“E-government”   should eventually disappear as a distinct concept because “government”
Rather than technology is at the core of e-Government and technology will eventually pervade all governmental operations .
There are various components of e-governance. First is the social component. Everyone will be aware of their rights and thus this will prevent exploitation. Next is service component. High quality service can be ensured to everyone....