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E-governance, which involves a public investment in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to strengthen governance processes, has two essential aims:
  1. to enhance government and public institution efficiency, transparency and accountability by providing better public service and information delivery to citizens and others;
  2. to foster greater interaction between government institutions and the people, thus giving greater voice to citizens in governance processes. Core components of e-governance include "e-participation," "e-administration" and "e-service delivery."
A large and growing number of e-governance assessment tools have been developed. These have, for the most part, focused on programme interventions such as e-governance needs assessments, impact assessments and programme indicators. 

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