E-government Services in Ghana

- Advertisement -

Electronic government (or eGovernment) is the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to government functions and procedures with the purpose of increasing efficiency, transparency and citizen participation.

E-government Services in Ghana

Registrar General’s Department (RGD); 

Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA)


Driver’s and Vehicle License Authority (DVLA);

Passport Office (MFA-PO);

National Information Technology Agency (NITA);

National Identification Authority (NIA);

Mineral’s Commission (MIN COM); Births and Deaths Registry (BDR); 

What are the types of e-government?

E-Governance is of 4 types depending on the specific types of services.

Government-to-Citizen(G2C) The Government-to-citizen refers to the government services that are accessed by the familiar people. …

Government-to-business (G2B) …

Government-to-Government (G2G) …

Government-to-Employee (G2E)

What are the e-government opportunities?

Some of the potential opportunities include new services, increased citizen participation in government, and enhanced national information infrastructure.

Some of the potential challenges include information security and privacy, disparities in computer access, and management and funding requirements.

What is the difference between e-governance and e-government?

eGovernment is a system whereas eGovernance is a functionality. 

Government means the application of ICT in government operations, as a tool to make a better government.

 eGovernance, on the other hand, implies the use of ICT in transforming and supporting functions and structures of the system.

How ICT is used in e-government?

Defined broadly, egovernment is the use of ICT to promote more efficient and effective government, facilitate more accessible government services, allow greater public access to information, and make government more accountable to citizens.

Their voices and ideas are essential to making egovernment work.