Kyle Navis

Kyle Navis is a policy analyst at the Center for Global Development(CGD) focusing on the use of biometric identification for development and supporting the work of Alan Gelb and Nancy Birdsall.

Before joining CGD, Navis did economic research for the City of San Diego, managed a peacebuilding program in Bolivia, and taught middle school science in Philadelphia with Teach For America. Navis holds an MA in international affairs from UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy and a BA in Peace Studies from Whitworth University.

Posts by Kyle Navis

Digital Governance: Is Krishna a Glimpse of the Future?

The state of Andhra Pradesh is recognized as a leader in using technology to improve the delivery of public services, programs and subsidies. Many of its innovations were piloted in Krishna District, which has been visited by development agencies and delegations from many countries.

Digital governance: Is Krishna a glimpse of the future?

Earlier this year we undertook a field study of Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh (AP), together with collaborators from Centre for Global Development, to understand the experience and perceptions around digital governance reforms.

Digital Governance in Developing Countries: Beneficiary Experience and Perceptions of System Reform in Rajasthan, India

The latest paper from Centre for Global Development on digital governance in developing countries provides a picture of the perceived impact of digitization reforms in Rajasthan.