This book deals with good governance and institutional capacity and their impacts on service delivery of local organizations in Bangladesh.The objective of this book is to look at how the major actors and the factors contribute to promote or confine good governance and service delivery. Qualitative case study method is used for this. Accountability, transparency, and participation are used as theoretical tools for understanding good governance. This book shows that good governance and effective service delivery are influenced by the management in the organization, sufficient human and financial resource capacity and government policies. Education, rural development, and technology have more of a significant impact on good governance and promoting service delivery. The public organizations are weak for providing efficient services because of political and bureaucratic constraints. Strengthening Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and enhancing NGOs capacity can establish good governance.This book assumes that a public private partnership approach of local government organizations can be a suitable policy recommendation and future research agenda of good governance in Bangladesh.