Digital Governance in Pakistan: Trends, Challenges, and Sectorial Implementation Endeavors


  • Shaheera Amin Assistant Professor Department of Business Administration University of Sahiwal Author
  • Huma Ali Assistant Professor Institute of Banking and Finance Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan Author
  • Mohsin Raza Zafar Deputy Manager, National Transmission & Dispatch Company, Multan Author


Digital Governance, Emerging Economy, E Challenges


Amidst a rapidly evolving technological landscape, comprehending the intricacies of digital governance is crucial for the successful development and execution of policies. This research illuminates Pakistan's digital governance trajectory by examining current trends, such as the use of digital platforms and the integration of e-governance efforts. Furthermore, this study highlights various obstacles that hinder the smooth implementation of digital governance principles, such as limits in infrastructure, concerns regarding cyber security, and impediments related to digital literacy. In order to tackle these difficulties, it is examined the implementation tactics that are relevant to each sector, with a focus on customized approaches that may suit a wide range of demands and circumstances. This study is a valuable contribution to the existing body of knowledge on digital governance in Pakistan. It provides valuable insights for policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders, enabling them to effectively traverse the intricate challenges of the digital era and leverage its potential for promoting inclusive development.







How to Cite

Digital Governance in Pakistan: Trends, Challenges, and Sectorial Implementation Endeavors. (2024). Journal of Humanities, Health and Social Sciences , 2(1), 56-73.