What is e-Government?

E-Government describes the use of technologies by the government to help the citizen, business and even government employees in their access of government services and information.
In the e-government vision, public can:
  • Submit their applications electronically via the Internet and mobile phones, available 24 hours a day.
  • Minimises the time spent queuing and submitting forms at government buildings.
  • The services delivered must be easy to use, navigate and most importantly intuitive.
There are three main authorities responsible for e-Government:
  • E-Government Leadership Forum (EGLF)
  • Overall Government CIO
  • E-Government National Centre (EGNC)

Other agencies or groups are in place to support the above authorities in achieving e-Government objectives:
  • CIO Meeting
  • Industry Dialogue Session
  • Ministries
  • Department of Economic Planning and Development
  • AITI
For more information, please visit: http://www.gov.bn