Centre for Good Governance – harnessing Smart and Good Governance across India
EINPRESSWIRE a California-based business journal recently published an article on how “Centre for Good Governance is harnessing Smart and Good Governance across India” under the dynamic leadership of Sri Rajendra Nimje, Director General, Centre for Good Governance
DALLAS, TX, USA, May 23, 2018, /EINPresswire.com/ – Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad, which is a prime advocate of citizen-centric services, has been harnessing Smart Governance across the nation by expanding its services to various State Government organizations in India. Re-orienting the very essence of Good Governance as a high rate of the index, CGG has promoted efficiency in its reforms through an integration of technology.
From Governance to e-Governance to m-Governance, CGG models technology as a critical success factor for Good Governance. The organization went through a rigorous transformation ever since Sri Rajendra Nimje assumed the office as Director General for CGG and has a new set of goals to improve governance, quality, and transparency of public services through the delivery of regionally integrated e-Governance applications.
Sri Rajendra Nimje who firmly believes that technology is a key pillar for Smart and Good Governance has been instrumental in orchestrating several technology-incorporated projects since December 2016. Under his leadership, there were many projects erected as a strategizing adoption for Good Governance initiatives. The e-Governance transformation schemes by the CGG has leveraged the performance measures resulting in earning several awards and recognition to the organization.
CGG was honoured with CSI Nihilent e-Governance Awards, with two Prestigious Awards of Excellence and one Award of Appreciation for its e-Governance projects. The organization was also awarded Skoch Smart Governance Awards for four of its e-Governance projects. All this was accomplished under the administration of Sri Rajendra Nimje whose directorship has stimulated the employees to ensure project compliance with enterprise standards.
Not only is Good Governance important to the social development, it is becoming increasingly significant for building the reputation amongst the various stakeholders and citizens alike. Leveraging the advances in technology in order to strengthen the underlying strategic framework, CGG had succeeded in its mission of delivering sustainable citizen-centric and citizen-driven services across the country.
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