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E-Governance Assessment Frameworks (EAF ) Version 2.0
The Department of Information Technology, Government of India
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Authors/Editors: Prof. T. P. Rama Rao, Prof. V. Venkata Rao, Prof. S. C. Bhatnagar & Shri. J. Satyanarayana.
The Department of Information Technology, Government of India, has created a rational framework for assessing e-Governance projects on various dimensions.
The objective for the proposed Framework is to:
To create an assessment framework that make it possible to evaluate whether and to what extent a given e-Governance project has the characteristics of a good e-governance project delivering "Value" to stakeholders.
To guide in funding of e-governance projects at various stages of their life-cycle (newly starting, roll-out, scaling up, replication)
To provide guidelines for mid-term assessment of ongoing initiatives, so that mid-course corrections, if any, can be applied.
To provide guidelines for shaping future e-governance projects
To provide material for e-governance training programs
To enhance the trust and confidence of stakeholders by enabling creation of a knowledgebase of all e-Governance projects rated as per a trusted framework.
This framework is organized as follows:
Need for an Assessment Framework
Objectives of an Assessment Framework
Categories of Projects to be Assessed
Categories of Frameworks
Attributes to be assessed
Weightages to be Assigned to the Attributes
Instruments for Assessments
Criteria for selection of agencies for conducting the assessment
Summary and Conclusion
Annexes, which includes, a template for Detailed Assessment