E-Government: Strategy and Implementation

CODE: PG02 DURATION: 1 Week/ 2Weeks

CERTIFICATIONS: CPD

  • ✓ Modern facilities
  • ✓ Course materials and certificate
  • ✓ Accredited international trainers

Course Overview

This course introduces e-government and its application in public sector reform and improved service delivery. It examines the use of government information related to government practice and planning (records and information management), transparency, access to this information and collection of public data.

Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Blended Live

Classroom

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Course Outcomes

Delegates will gain knowledge and skills to:


Delegates will gain knowledge and skills to:


• Describe e-government


• Explain how to build a case for e-government– pros and cons


• Understand e-governmental concepts


• Create a blueprint for e-government


• Develop and implement a system to enable effective policy creation


Key Course Highlights

At the end of this course you'll understand:


  • ✓ Identifying the use of e-government in improving public service delivery

  • ✓ Developing strategies for implementing e-government in local and central authorities

  • ✓ Offer direction in planning accessible web portals for the dissemination of information to the international community

  • ✓ Improving standards through e-government

  • ✓ Managing the process of developing a strong e-government presence and improving public procedures, public service delivery


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Who Should Attend

This course is ideal for government officials and representatives developing departmental Internet and e-government strategy.


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E-Government: Strategy and Implementation


  • ✓ Modern facilities
  • ✓ Course materials and certificate
  • ✓ Accredited international trainers
  • ✓ Training materials and workbook
  • ✓ Access to online resources