The Centre for Good Governance (CGG), India, has secured patents for Online Legal Caseload Management System (OLCMS) and Online Grievance Redressal Tracking System (OGRTS) during 2005-2006.
The CGG has been chosen as project manager and technical support services provider for the Governance Reform Programme (Phase II) supported by the Department for International Development (DFID), UK. As a part of CGG’s innovative services, it has begun to assist international programmes on e-Governance providing training as well for China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand and even community score card in Sri Lanka. According to a statement from CGG, the annual general meeting of the board of CGG was held under the chairmanship of the State Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, which took stock of the performance of the Centre and also its action plan. The Chief Minister released manuals on Right to Information prepared by the CGG under the Government of India and UNDP ‘Capacity Building for Access to Information (CBAI) project.’ These manuals relate to Public authorities, information officers and appellate authorities, A Guide for civil society organisations, Guide for media and Report of information commissions-A Guide. The Chief Minister inaugurated a networking portal on Right to Information www.r2inet.org, developed by CGG under the CBAI project. The CGG has completed about 70 studies and projects for the Andhra Pradesh Government.