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Global OGD_DA_Fact sheet
Strengthening of capacities of developing countries to provide Access to Information for Sustainable Development through Open Government Data
Global TOR Consultant.Writer2 IGF2014
The second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) held in Tunis on 16 – 18 November 2005, requested the Secretary-General, amongst other, to convene “a new forum for multi-stakeholder policy dialogue – the Internet Governance Forum (IGF). The Internet Governance Forum Secretariat is based in the United Nations Offices at Geneva (UNOG). The mandate of the IGF, set out in Paragraph 72 of the Tunis Agenda for the Information Society is to discuss the main public policy issues ...
Global The System of Local Government Finance: A Study of Select Countries
This is an article published in the journal NIFM Journal of Public Financial Management by Ramakrishna Nallathiga.Public finance system is organized in different ways in different countries depicting the peculiar institutional arrangements and structure to manage the finances at each level in an inter-government system of polity. These institutional peculiarities give rise to different kinds of responsibilities with reference to (a) revenue generation, (b) expenditure making, (c) debt raising an ...
Global Open government data study: India
This report looks at some of the landscape relevant to open government data (OGD) in India, starting from the current environment in government, the state of civil society, the media, the policies that affect it from the Right to Information Act, standards-related policies, e-governance policies and the copyright policy. It also looks at a few case studies from government, civil society organisations (CSOs) and publicprivate partnerships, and profiles some civic hackers. It then examines some of ...
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Global TOR WRITER CONSULTANT1 IGF2014
The second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) held in Tunis on 16 – 18 November 2005, requested the Secretary-General, amongst other, to convene “a new forum for multi-stakeholder policy dialogue – the Internet Governance Forum (IGF). The Internet Governance Forum Secretariat is based in the United Nations Offices at Geneva (UNOG). The mandate of the IGF, set out in Paragraph 72 of the Tunis Agenda for the Information Society is to discuss the main public policy issues ...
Fiji The Role of the State and Fiji Council of Social Services (FCOSS) in Service Delivery in Fiji
This paper unravels the ‘rolling back’ of Fijian state and examines the increasing role of Fiji Council of Social Services (FCOSS) and individual CSOs in service delivery. In particular, this paper examines the role of the state in service delivery in various sectors of Fiji and the role of FCOSS and its programmes in providing service delivery in Fiji. Finally, this paper also underlines some recommendations for better utilization of funds for service delivery.
Australia Reform of Public Sector Governance in Australia
This passage mainly illustrates reform of public sector governance in Australia. It shows the reasons of reform. The whole passage also includes Australian context, arenas for comprehensive reform, dimensions of comprehensive reform of governance, phases of reform, performance management, etc.
New Zealand Public Sector Performance Contracting in New Zealand - Case Studies of the Ministry of Justice and Department for Courts
The separation of policy advice from policy implementation in New Zealand has provided chief executives with broad authority to run their organizations since the late 1980s. With this freedom to manage, performance contracts became an important tool to ensure that managers were accountable for these responsibilities. The case of the Ministry of Justice (policy role) and the Department for Courts (service delivery role) show that some areas lend themselves to more standard and formal agreements t ...
Fiji E-Governance for Improved Public Service Delivery in Fiji
This paper discusses and presents the survey findings that seek to test the role of e-governance in improving service delivery by altering the principal-agent relationship. It further seeks to elucidate the quality aspects of public service. Policy recommendations to achieve the benefits of e-governance in Fiji are presented. Strong leadership is required to implement e-governance to capture and internalize the benefits of quality services and satisfied customers.

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