e-Government Leadership Centre

Develop a new breed of leaders - strategic and forward-thinking with the capabilities, capacity, mindset and desire to help their country deliver citizen-centric services through technology.

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Inspiring Leaders to Transition through Digital Government Education

We believe that leaders must align their e-Government initiatives to their national and organisational vision, and inspire all the key stakeholders to embrace change and adapt to the fast evolving technological landscape. Our carefully designed lectures, site visits and workshops provide the frameworks and best practices that equip leaders to challenge the status quo and undertake whole-of-government digital transformation. To date, we have engaged over 5,000 officers from more than 133 countries in transforming public services.


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Why Singapore?

Singapore is ranked No. 1 in the world when it comes to leveraging Infocomm Technologies (ICT) for social and economic impact in 2015, by the World Economic Forum. Learn in our conducive environment and bring back best practices.

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Latest Events

Member of Jury, 21 - 24 Oct 2018

eGL's Centre Director, Ashok Kumar,is a member of jury for Oman’s His Majesty eGovernment Excellence Award 2018, Muscat Oman.

Speaking Engagement, 26 Jun 2018

eGL's Centre Director, Ashok Kumar, delivered his key note address at the 2nd National Capacity Development Workshop in Dhaka, Bangladesh, organised by a2i, Prime Ministers Office, Bangladesh and United Nations DESA, New York.


Speaking Engagement, 17 Jul 2018

eGL's Centre Director, Ashok Kumar was part of a panelist at the Moscow Urban Forum 2018. He delivered a talk on 'One Click City: How Technology Changes our Lives'.


Speaking Engagement, 11 Jun 2018

eGL's Centre Director, Mr. Ashok Kumar, has delivered delivered a keynote address at the Executive Seminar for Monitoring Office of Programme 165. He spoke on the topic "Public Service Delivery for Future".



Articles and Updates

Oman- Jury session of Sultan Qaboos Award for Excellence in eGovernment begins

22 October 2018, Ashok Kumar, Centre Director of the Singapore eGovernment Leadership Centre, was a member of jury for Oman’s His Majesty eGovernment Excellence Award 2018, Muscat Oman. The jury committee consists of a number of international and local experts in eGovernance who have participated in evaluating several international awards in the field. Read more

Singapore e-Government Centre to cooperate with Indian skilling body

June 2018, The Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre (eGL) at the National University of Singapore's Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS) and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, government of India, have come together to collaborate with each other over skilling initiatives for India's workforce. Read More

Bangladesh, Singapore trade bodies sign 4 MoUs

Dhaka Tribune, 13 March 2018, The signing ceremony was held at the opening program of the Bangladesh-Singapore Business Forum 2018. One of the MoU signed was on Digital leadership, Innovation and Digital Government Transformation and was signed between ICT Division of Bangladesh and Institute of Systems Science of the National University of Singapore (NUS-ISS). Read More

Digital Government Begins with the Citizen

July 2018, “At eGL, we have four key thrusts: public service innovation, digital government transformation, citizen engagement, and Smart Nation,” said Ashok Kumar, Centre Director of the Singapore eGovernment Leadership Centre. “Singapore has done very well in thinking through the end-to-end integration aspects of a transformation project, paying attention to last mile details, as well as impact on eco-system. We share these valuable experiences and practices with other countries. In the process, we also learn from them.” Read more

Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at the NUS Institute of Systems Science to address skills gap in India

31 May 2018, The Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre (eGL) at the National University of Singapore’s Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS) and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India have come together to collaborate on the skilling initiatives for India’s workforce. Read More

Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre at the NUS Institute of Systems Science set to accelerate Digital Bangladesh 2021

13 March 2018, the Singapore e-Government Leadership Centre (eGL) at the National University of Singapore’s Institute of Systems Science (NUS-ISS) will strengthen its collaboration with the Bangladesh government to institutionalise and deliver capacity building programmes to support the Digital Bangladesh Vision 2021. Read More


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  • Mr. S.H. Harishchandra

    Director General, Department of Information Technology Management
    Government of Sri Lanka Ministry of Finance

    eGL had designed and delivered a programme on Leading Change for about 380 officers of Inland Revenue Department, Ministry of Finance, which was well received and contributed positively to our fiscal reforms initiative.

  • Mr. Andrew Kefford PSM

    First Assistant Secretary, Visa Delivery Transformation Division
    Australian Government Department of Home Affairs

    Thank you for delivering such a carefully and thoughtfully curated programme – a perfect balance of Singaporean insight, practical application, and academic rigor. It has been a stimulating, challenging and energising week.

  • Mr. Manish Kumar

    MD & CEO
    NSDC, India

    NSDC endeavours to work closely with leading institutions like NUS to identify the future of skills and develop the required competencies in India. Currently there is a large demand for new age skills, which serves as a huge opportunity for our youth. I am sure that through this collaboration with eGL, we would create training opportunities that could fulfil the aspirations of our youth and help us keep pace with the technological changes in the world.

  • Mr. Subir Kishore Choudhury

    Secretary of ICT Division, Bangladesh
    ICT Division, Bangladesh

    Our participants had great and positive feedback on the learning sessions over the last four years with eGL at NUS-ISS. We look forward to leverage on this collaboration to propel us to the forefront of transformation and excellence in citizen centric public service.

  • Mrs. Lungten Zangmo

    Deputy Chief Information Communication Technology Officer Cabinet Secretariat

    The site visits were real-time showcase which inspired me. Besides theoretical knowledge, I learnt how dedicated staff can overcome all challenges and accomplish the aspirations.

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