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Preface to the report - Promoting E-Governance
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Roman Saini
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Advantages of Dual Citizenship A citizen with a dual passport can travel to both countries, which certainly takes much less time to process than the normal visa procedure. It is also of utmost importance to business people wishing to invest in the real estate market of that country. In other words, they can buy property easily in both territories. Investment can be done in both countries, and so it opens a two-way path for their income. A dual citizen is likely to be bilingual, so he can be an asset to a firm that has its business ventures spread globally. Cultural exchange of ideas, intermingling of new people, languages, and more opportunities for people to show their talents are some other advantages a dual citizenship can have. An individual can also live and claim benefits in both countries. As far as work is concerned, it's very beneficial to those who have business in both countries, and also to those who work for companies that have a noteworthy presence in both nations.||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| Disadvantages of Dual Citizenship Legal transactions, misconduct, and illegal activities are some of the crimes for which different countries have their own set of laws. If a dual citizen is found to be involved in such crimes, it's uncertain with which laws he should be persecuted. This legal uncertainty may be magnified in serious crimes and frauds committed by a dual citizen. Another issue is whether the state should grant them equal rights in the issues concerning political and social cases of the country. It's a fact that people don't feel a bonding for a particular community, unless they are allowed to freely and constructively participate in issues related to that nation. Also, authorities against dual citizenship argue that it may threaten the political identity of the country. National security may be threatened if terrorists or similar organizations or their members use dual citizenship as an easy path to cross borders. Another basic question that arises is, which country will the 'dual' citizen be loyal to? People whose loyalties are either divided or elsewhere, may be a threat to the nation's security. It may undoubtedly lead to illegal immigration in various sorts. Many countries have mandatory participation from its citizens in military training and wars. In such cases, what job should a dual citizen be assigned? Such an individual may voluntarily quit the training and go to the other country, and return when things are better. If such breach of national security is done, then what?
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  1. Administrative Reforms Commission Reports Report 11: Promoting e-Governance Roman Saini


  2. 6 ARCII-11th Report Part 1


  3. Course Structure Institutional Framework for Coordination and Sharing of Resources/Information Public-Private Partnership (PPP) 8. 1. 2. 3. 11th Report- Preface Outline of 11th Report Recommendations of 11th report 9. Building a Congenial E 2. 1. nvironment 10. Protecting Critical Information Identification of e-Governance Infrastructure Assets Projects and Prioritisation 3. Business Process Re-Engineering 4 arocess Re- Engineering 11. The Common St 12. 13. Mission Mode Projects(MMP) Legal Framework for e-Governance 4. Capacity Building and Creating Awareness 5. Developing Technological 14. Knowledge Management Solutions 6. Implementation 4. Conclusion . Monitoring and Evaluation


  4. "So act as to treat humanity, whether in their own person or in that ofany other, in every case as an end withal, never as means only'" Immanual Kant


  5. Promoting e-Governance The SMART Way Forward Preface- The citizens are ends in themselves, rather than as means to other ends. The colonial view of the Government used to be as a 'controller, and 'ruler'. It is now that of a coordinator and provider. Government is responsible for p citizens, just like an organization is responsible for managing a value chain that leads to output. roviding certain services to the Governments have discovered that information technology can make the provision of services to the citizen more efficient and transparent. It can also save costs and lead to a higher level of erficiency


  6. /Therefore, e-governance is the best way to serve the purposes to make the governance transparent and to invite the citizen to participate in governance /However, e-Governance is in essence, the application of Information and rechnology to 'Simple, Moral, Accountable, Responsive and Transparent' (SMART) governance The advances in information and communications technologies and the internet provide opportunities to transform the relationship between governments and citizens and business in new ways that contribute to the attainment of good and e- governance. India, being the largest democracy in the world, has much to gain from e-Governance, especially when citizen participation in governance is one of the features of the fully evolved stage of e-government


  7. ICT provide opportunities for people and business to involve themselves in the process ofg Hence citizens are participants in e-Governance and e-Governance comprises decisional processes and the use of ICT for wider participation of citizens in public affairs. The goals of e-Governance are: a. Better service delivery to citizens b. Ushering in transparency and accountability c. Empowering people through information d. Improved efficiency within Governments e. Improve interface with business and industry.


  8. The types of services possible through e-Governance can be broadly classified into three categories (1) providing information (2) improving processing efficiency and (3) facilitating transactions Amongst these, providing information is the simplest and the degree of complexities increase as we move from information to transactions. But it is the second and the third category of services that provide maximum convenience to the citizens The four pillars of e-Government are People Process Technology Resources


  9. The challenges in e-Governance have been described as centred around for key areas viz people, process, technology and resources. The key considerations in e-Governance are- e-Governance imperatives Process Si mplicity Efficiency Citizen Sustainability Cost- centricity effectiveness People Technology |Architecture Open Leadership Commitment Competency Change Security Vision Reliability Scalability Standards Resources Holistic Efficient Service- Sustained Adequate oriented


  10. Therefore, e-Governance, can help transform governance in India to a transparent, responsive, citizen friendly and efficient regime that we can all be proud of. One of the terms of reference of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission pertains to promoting e-Governance and in particular, to the following aspects of this subject i. To reduce red-tape, delay and inconveniences through technology interventions including the use of modern tools, techniques and instruments of e-Governance. ii. Promote knowledge sharing to realize continuous improvement in the quality of governance.