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Scenario of ICT Development Project and its updated status. Jaya N. Acharya Under Secretary Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, Singha Durbar, Kathmandu. ICT Regional Workshop February 20, 2014, Pokhara ,. Project Number: 38347 Grant Number: 0106.
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Jaya N. Acharya
Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers,
Singha Durbar, Kathmandu.
ICT Regional Workshop
February 20, 2014, Pokhara
Grant Number: 0106
ICT Development Project
Government network (government information and data centre, government groupware);
The objective of the project is improved accessibility, efficiency and transparency in government /public service delivery through increased application of ICT, ensuring affordable access to ICT for business and communities.
Improved accessibility ,efficiency ,and transparency in government /public service delivery through increased application of ICT ,ensuring affordable access to ICT for communities and business
The table below shows the budget allocation; contract awarded, total disbursement and undisbursed amount etc. for each category,
The table below shows the cumulative contract award and cumulative disbursement as of now in USD million .,
E-government encompasses a wide range of applications and services that requires and facilitates inter-departmental communication and co-operation within the government. A major goal of e-Government promoting improved interaction between the government agencies (G2G), Government to Business or Industry (G2B) and most significantly Government to Citizen (G2C) services and encouraging efficiency and cost saving.
In order to support the new application critical to the success of e-Government initiatives, a integrated approach with robust network infrastructure is needed that can deliver the performance, flexibility and scalability that the Government can rely for many years to come.
Network Service Provider
Groupware, NID, PSC LRMIS, Web etc.
( Databsse Server)
NID, PSC, LRMIS, etc.
Connectivity with 256/256 Kbps
Connectivity with 10/10 Mbps
Budget Estimate: US $ 5.4 million
Additional Budget : US 1 million for additional hardware
The Supply of Equipment, Installation, and Commissioning Communications and Government Network Set-Up Training and Capacity Development, Operation Testing and UAT of Lot 1 and Lot 2 equipment was completed. The roll out system is under the process. The National Portal was installed in the respective equipment. The equipment of groupware was shipped on 16 Sep 13.The application is being customized. The disbursement of Lot1 and Lot 2 was completed and 97 % physical progress has been reached. 90 % payment of Lot3 has been disbursed.
The NITC first publication for bid submission of additional hardware was made on 16 Sep 2013 in National Daily News Paper. However the first bid was canceled due to some technical reason .The NiTC published for re-bid submission for the second time on 12 February.
Land Records Information Management System
The project aims to computerized for vehicle registration and driving license system .
This system will setup personalization center to distribute the smart card
for driving license anticipating to be replaced the existing normal card .
To request the driving license on online registration.
To view the vehicle record of the owner through online sytem .
Implement the web-based system in DOTM and 12 zonal offices. Setup the personalization center to produce the smart card .
The contract was signed with Madras Security printers Pvt.Ltd .Consequently, the 10% advance amount has been requested to the ADB as per the terms of payment which was already disbursed on 8 Jan 2014.
The office of Contractor was established in the premises of DOTM and commenced the task of the project. The contractor has also submitted the initial system study report. The contractor is initiating the system analysis process.
To design and implement a National Identification System for delivering and accessing online government services.
Budget Estimate: US $ 8 millions
PIU: National Identification management Center (NIDMC )
The first stage evaluation has been completed and in the
stage of second stage evaluation process.
What is GEA?
Government Enterprise Architecture (GEA) is a guidelines and architecture principles for data interoperability between departments and also efficient government service delivery to citizens and business in a country. The principles are drawn from business services and technology services perspective.
The GEA is therefore, performs assessment of each department to understand the business functions of each from G2G, G2C and G2B perspective. Subsequently studying best practices from various countries the business process re-engineering is advised, if required.
The business process re-engineering would involve adopting the best practices recommendations and then implementing the technological parameters to deliver the current and new business practices through a common platform called the GEA to the citizens and services.
Estimated budget : US $ 2.4 million
GEA and NEGIF was developed and uploaded in the NITC web Site . The NITC is developing a National Policy operating guidelines for GEA and NEGIF .
The national portal is launched in October, 2013 .
Government Enterprise Architecture (GEA) is the foundation on which the e-Governance vision of Nepal can be realized.
GEA, NeGIF & National Portal
GEA, NeGIF & National Portal
Budget Estimate: US $ 1.5 millions
PIU: Ministry of General Administration (MOGA)
The hardware equipment was delivered and is being installed in al the government institutions . The completion of installation is being presumed by end of the February
10 % Advance of the Imprest fund was deposited and forwarded to all the Institutions proportionately. The TOT training (Training program in Thailand – May 22- June 2, Information Communication for e-Governance) for Government personnel along with the personnel of EA was conducted. The training institutions are preparing the TNA and curriculum Development .The National Center for Education performed the training (Three-day Orientation Course on ICT and e-Governance) for Joint Secretary Level. The national training for health center performed the training ( Three-day Orientation Course on ICT and e-Governance ) . LDTA has accomplished the several TNA for VDC, DDC and municipalities. Staff college also developed some TNA. PTA conducted 5 TNA workshops. PTC completed the TNA and designed the course. NCED conducted workshop for training material development .NPA completed the computer basic training course .Accordingly, the training institutions are initiating to prepare the training curriculum as required during the TNA. Almost 600 personnel were trained as of now by all the training institution. The female participants are also participating in the multiple training courses. Near about 60% physical progress has been made by MOGA .