Nepal Government has prepared a master plan for developing a full-fledged e-Governance system by 2011.
The government has developed an e-Government master plan, which aims to create an efficient, effective, transparent, and innovative government to deliver citizen-focused administrative services through the integration of ICTs among the government agencies. According to the ICT indexes of the United Nations (UN) and the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA), Nepal is still rolling out the first stage of ICT development. The government is planning to set up 1,500 community tele-centres in 1,500 VDCs across the country within the 10th Plan. Under this master plan, three types of administrative services would be provided in three categories, G2C, G2B, and G2G. G2C aims at building a citizen-oriented civil service by providing online government services using ICTs and diversifying the civil services channels. G2C recommends developing a national identification (NI) system, government portals, e-Visa, e-Pension e-Post, e-Agriculture, e-Driver license, e-Election. G2B provides a one-stop public service, having integrated government administration information with businesses – to support economic activities on-line. G2G refers to standardising the government administration process and computerising both the administration and information to enhance effectiveness.