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Bangladesh eGov

Bangladesh eGov

15 August 2015

This research project addressed the problem of limited adoption of e-Government in Bangladesh. Despite limited resources, the project, led by Professor Shirley Gregor, had a significant impact on the way the Bangladeshi Government is run.

The program involved a strategy analysis and training program with support material targeted at senior government officers and ICT awareness-raising activities, and has improved the knowledge base among key decision makers. As part of a custom-made training program for senior government officers, 300 copies of a handbook have been distributed with a continuing demand for more. Translation of the handbook into Bengali is currently underway by the Bangladesh Computer Council.

Researchers are now helping to institutionalise e-government knowledge through a newly developed comprehensive curriculum to be rolled out to government officers, and independent and non-government organisations.

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