Commonwealth Centre for Electronic Governance (CCEG)
The mission of CCEG is to promote electronic governance by providing a knowledge base of best practices and policies for information technology implementation in public-sector organisations. CCEG also advises and provides expertise to governments around the world on e-governance, e-government and e-democracy.
It delivers courses on the implementation of e-governance. Membership comprises representatives of government agencies and non-profit organisations from all regions of the Commonwealth. CCEG has a board of directors, a patron’s committee and an advisory council.
The Centre works with the Commonwealth Secretariat’s programmes on e-governance and e-government, while drawing expertise and financial resources from the developed countries of the Commonwealth. It is a designated thinktank of the Commonwealth Secretariat.
c/o Rajkumar Prasad (CEO), B 5/2, IIND Floor, Model Town-I, Delhi 110009, India
Chair, Advisory Council: Michael Turner (Canada); Vice-Chair, Advisory Council: Rogers W’O Okot-Uma; Chief Executive and Chair of Board of Directors: Professor Thomas B Riley