Title:Role of citizens' knowledge about e-governance initiatives in framing citizens' satisfaction

Authors:Shubhanshu Naik, Dr. Poornima Tapas
Journal: International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management
Publication date: 2021
Publisher: Inderscience Publishing
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The government, for the betterment and upliftment of the standard of living of citizens, undertake multiple initiatives simultaneously. These initiatives exhibit actions of the government and also act as 'goodwill' ambassador of government. In order to simplify the process and extend its reach government launched e-governance initiatives. In order to create citizens' knowledge and stimulate citizens' engagement. Government extensively promotes these initiatives. Apart from the convenience and reach, e-governance practices ensure service quality. So, it may generate citizens' trust and citizens' satisfaction. This research investigates the influence of e-governance initiatives in building citizens' satisfaction. Study findings will not only reveal the perception of public towards the e-governance initiatives but also establish the relevance of such initiatives by the government. Foundation of the research was based on extensive review of literature by authors. Additionally, keeping the purpose of study in mind authors collected public responses against self-administered questionnaire. Study outcome proposed relevance of government's e-governance initiatives in India. This can be further used by government to design and to implement innovative e-governance initiatives. The present study ventures in to new domain, i.e., it may act like a feedback mechanism for e-governance practices of the government in India.

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