Date Added: Jul 2011
'e'-has now became an inseparable part of governance around the world. Without e-governance, world tend to lag behind and lose whatever power they have. And GIS is increasingly forming a part of the entire e-governance movement. GIS provides spatial planning and decision making system to get visual presentation of different facts in the form of multi temporal maps and comparison maps. It requires a combination of software tools for group decision support, individual decision support and geographic analysis of various geographic projects. It can provide a better solution of many governance related issues of distribution, resource allocation and site determination for the public welfare projects. GIS provides a lot of empowerment to communities in solving developmental problems.