MyGov ( Hindi: मेरी सरकार, Merī Sarkār) is a citizen engagement platform founded by the Government of India to promote the active participation of Indian citizens in their country's governance and development. It is also aimed at creating a common platform for Indian citizens to " crowdsource governance ideas from citizens". The users shall be allowed to discuss and to contribute on various government projects and plans. It also allows users to upload documents in various formats. It was announced that a mobile phone application on 'MyGov' is also under development. The website is hosted and managed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC). Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that the aim was to reduce the long gap developed between the electorate and the Executive after being elected.
In the first week of August 2014, MyGov received 100,000 registered users, barely two weeks after its initiation. Google, the search giant became the first multinational firm to collaborate with MyGov. Shortly before his first address to the nation through All India Radio, it was announced that the thoughts, ideas or questions to the Prime Minister shall be submitted to MyGov and those worthy will be responded to by the Prime Minister in subsequent radio addresses.