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This paper focuses on various aspects of implementing e-governance in developing countries like Bangladesh. In this paper, we present a comparative analysis of present government architecture and the prospects and problems of implementing e-governance in Bangladesh emphasizing on the usage and effectiveness of e-governance to eradicate corruption from various sectors of governance. We especially present the adaptability of e-governance in the prime sectors of government and provide a methodical study on the strategies of involving mass people in the governance process improving information and service delivery with their participation in overall decision-making. The potential to ensure highest level of transparency in all the sectors of government with the implementation of e-governance is also presented in this paper. Moreover, we provide specific recommendations for implementing the e-governance in the most effective and efficient manner.