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eGov Foundation partners with J-PAL S Asia to improve govt service delivery

Under this partnership, eGov will facilitate access to administrative data that can be used by J-PAL affiliated researchers to design and evaluate policy programs

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eGov and J-PAL South Asia will aim to work in the areas of urban services, health, sanitation, and public finance.

BS Reporter Mumbai
eGovernments Foundation (eGov) is partnering with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab South Asia (J-PAL South Asia) to conduct research on improving public service delivery across Indian states through effective use of digital technology and data. 

Under this partnership, eGov will facilitate access to administrative data that can be used by J-PAL affiliated researchers to design and evaluate policy programs. The data will be collected from digital platforms which have real-time information on transactions and metrics around municipal services. These platforms have been developed by eGov in collaboration with its government partners. 

eGov Foundation was established in 2003 by

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First Published: Oct 27 2021 | 9:43 PM IST

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