There has been a quantitative and qualitative shift in the use of digital technologies in our everyday lives. Our ability to store, compute, and communicate digital data has increased exponentially. Governments are increasingly using digital technologies to improve governance in different areas such as health, education, livelihood, public order, finance, business regulation, tax collection, etc. Recognizing the opportunities provided by digital government, multilateral and bilateral development agencies have actively engaged in research, policy advocacy, and evaluation on many aspects of digital government.