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The Commonwealth Centre for Electronic Governance, a referent institution

Commonwealth Centre

The Commonwealth Centre for Electronic Governance (CCEG) is a think tank that operates under the auspices of an e-Governance program of the Commonwealth Secretariat in London, UK. The purpose of the Commonwealth Centre for Electronic Governance is to provide insight and knowledge on the changing nature of governments in our growing technology infrastructures.

Led by Thomas Riley, the CCEG works to develop best practices on how to use technologies to implement the goals and objectives of public administration. It is the goal of CCEG to work with governments and international organizations to contribute to the growing knowledge base on e-Government, e-Governance and e-Democracy.

Part of CCEG’s mandate is to offer workshops and seminars in developing countries throughout the world on various aspects of e-Government. To date, CCEG has conducted numerous international studies and a series of workshops on electronic governance in Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, London, England, Malaysia and Canada.

Led by Thomas Riley, the CCEG works to develop best practices on how to use technologies to implement the goals and objectives of public administration. It is the goal of CCEG to work with governments and international organizations to contribute to the growing knowledge base on e-Government, e-Governance and e-Democracy.

Part of CCEG’s mandate is to offer workshops and seminars in developing countries throughout the world on various aspects of e-Government. To date, CCEG has conducted numerous international studies and a series of workshops on electronic governance in Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, London, England, Malaysia and Canada.