State of Privacy and Data Protection in E-Government, Policy and Law in India: A Review

Asst. Pro. Mrs. Varsha Athavale |

Vol. 68 No. 9 (2020): International Conference On E-Business, E-Management, E-Education and E-Governance (ICE4-2020) |

Information and communication technology (ICT) is potent instrumentfor providing borderless, interconnected and de-territorialised delivery of services. Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in government operations facilitates efficient, speedy and transparent process for providing services and for performing government administration. This enables e-governance which is an important part ofe-government.Many developing countries are using it to achieve Sustainable Development Goals which are decided by UN. These 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are reflected in India’s development plans through National Institution of Transformation (NITI) Ayog. Various ministries are given targets to provide missions, schemes and programs and Government of India launched several projects, missions to achieve these targets. For this, several ICT tools are developed and deployed, which have helped to enhance efficiency of government missions and projects.National Policies regarding Information Technology and Policy for data sharing areframed. |

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