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Agenda. Introduction to National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) NeGP Vision and objectives Central, State and Common Infrastructure MMPs Implementation approach and institutional structures for NeGP. National e-Governance Plan (NeGP). e-Governance plan for the country

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agenda

Agenda

Introduction to National e-Governance Plan (NeGP)

NeGP Vision and objectives

Central, State and Common Infrastructure MMPs

Implementation approach and institutional structures for NeGP

slide2

National e-Governance Plan (NeGP)

  • e-Governance plan for the country
  • Aims at improving delivery of Government services to citizens and businesses
  • Formulated by the Department of Information Technology (DIT) and Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances (DAR&PG)
  • Union Government approved NeGP in May, 2006
slide3

NeGP Vision

“Make all Government services accessible

to the common man in his locality,

through common service delivery outlets

and ensure efficiency, transparency & reliability of such services

at affordable costs

to realise the basic needs

of the common man”

slide4

NeGP Approach

  • Clear NeGP Vision Statement
  • Mission Mode Projects in key departments with large public interface
        • Focus on Public Service Delivery & Outcomes
        • Structured consultation with users before setting objectives
        • Process Re-engineering an integral element of project
        • Clear Change Management Plan for all stakeholders
  • ICT-based Service Delivery Platform to reach even remote areas
        • Radically change the way government delivers services
  • Generic Program components including Capacity Building
strategy to realize vision
Strategy to realize vision
  • Centralized Initiative, Decentralized Implementation
  • Incorporation of suitable system of inducement for states to encourage adoption
  • Adequate importance for quality and speed of implementation of IT services
  • Trend of delivery of services through common service centres to be encouraged and promoted
  • Ownership and Central Role of Line Ministries/ State Governments
  • Emphasis on Private-Public Partnerships
  • Connectivity should be extended up to block level through SWANs
slide6

Institutional Framework

PM’s Committee on NeGP

National e-Governance Advisory Group

(Chaired by MCIT)

Apex Committee

(Chaired by Cab Sec.)

DIT

Line Ministries

NeGD

NISG

NIC

Industry

State Governments / UTs

slide7

NeGP Coverage..

SDC

SWAN

Internet

100,000 CSC

27 MMPs

For Service Delivery

  • 31 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs)
  • Core infrastructure components - Service Centres, Data Centres and Wide Area Networks
  • Web enabled delivery of services & service levels
  • Process re-engineering, change management and project management
  • Centralized Initiative - Decentralized Implementation : emphasis on PPP….
slide8

Mission Mode Projects (MMPs)

  • Central (11)
  • Banking
  • Insurance
  • Income Tax
  • Central Excise
  • MCA 21
  • Pensions
  • Passport
  • e-Office (Pilot)
  • National ID / UID
  • Immigration and Visa
  • Posts
  • Integrated (7)
  • India Portal
  • NSDG
  • CSC
  • e-Courts
  • EDI
  • e-Biz
  • e-Procurement
  • State (13)
  • Land Records /NLRMP
  • Transport
  • Commercial Taxes
  • e-District
  • Treasuries
  • Municipalities
  • Police – CCTNS
  • Agriculture
  • Gram Panchayats
  • Employment Exchange
  • Health
  • Education
  • PDS
  • Under Implementation
  • Gone Live
  • New MMP
  • Industry
  • Design & Development
service delivery platform
Service Delivery Platform
  • State Wide Area Networks (SWANs)
  • State Data Centers (SDCs)
  • Common Service Centers (CSCs)
  • State Portals, State Service Delivery Gateways
core infrastructure shared front end
Core Infrastructure & Shared Front-end
  • Core Secure Infrastructure
            • State Wide Area Network
            • State Data Centre
            • State & National Service Delivery Gateway
  • Shared front-end service access providers
            • Common Service Centres
            • State Portal (with eForms)
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SDC Implementation – as on NOV-11

J&K

HP

Punjab

ArunachalPradesh

Chandigarh

Uttarakhand

Delhi

Sikkim

Haryana

Nagaland

UP

Assam

Rajasthan

Manipur

Bihar

Mizoram

WB

MP

JHD

Gujarat

Tripura

CHH

  • Dadra

Meghalaya

Orissa

  • Daman & Diu

Maharashtra

Maharashtra

SDC-GoLive

AP

15

SDCOperational

  • Goa

1

November‘11

  • Andaman

Karnataka

December’11

1

TN

7

Pondicherry

Mar-Apr’12

Tamil

Kerala

Nadu

Kerala

3

May-Jun‘12

4

Aug-Sep‘12

2

DPR yet to be received

  • Lakshadweep

Opted Out

2

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CSC Implementation - as on NOV-11

Jammu

J&K

Kashmir

Chandigarh

HP

Himachal

Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh

  • CSC rolled out - 96,733

Delhi

Punjab

Punjab

Uttarakhand

Uttaranchal

Sikkim

Haryana

Haryana

Rajasthan

Uttar

Pradesh

ASM

NGL

UP

MNP

MGH

Bihar

BiH

TRIPURA

JHD

MZR

WB

West Bengal

Gujarat

Gujarat

MP

Chattisgarh

CHH

Daman and Diu

Orissa

Orissa

Maharashtra

Maharashtra

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

100% (12)

70%-100% (13)

Andhra

Goa

AP

Andaman & Nicobar

Islands

Pradesh

Karnataka

50% - 70% (3)

Karnataka

10% - 50% (3)

Puducherry

≤ 10% (2)

Tamil

Kerala

Nadu

Kerala

TN

Under Discussion (2)

Lakshadweep

*Due to termination of SCAs in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Uttarakhand around 4537 CSCs are reported to be non operational

slide13

SWAN Implementation - as on NOV-11

J&K

Himachal

HP

Pradesh

CHD

Arunachal Pradesh

Uttarakhand

Punjab

Punjab

Haryana

Haryana

Sikkim

NGL

Delhi

UP

Assam

Uttar

Pradesh

Rajasthan

MNP

Bihar

Bihar

MGH

TRIPURA

MZR

WB

West Bengal

JHD

Gujarat

Gujarat

MP

Jharkhand

CHH

Daman and Diu

Orissa

Orissa

27

SWAN implemented

Maharashtra

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Maharashtra

Implementation at Advance stage

2

AP

Andhra

Goa

Implementation in Progress

Pradesh

Andman

1

Karnataka

Karnataka

Bid Process Initiated

1

Puducherry

RFP/ BoM under preparation/revision

3

TN

Lakshadweep

Tamil

Kerala

Kerala

Nadu

Opted Out from SWAN Scheme

1

key implementation considerations

Common Support Infrastructure

Governance (institutional structures for implementation)

Centralized Initiative, Decentralized Implementation

Public-Private Partnerships

Integrative Elements

Programme Approach at the National and State levels

Key Implementation Considerations

Facilitatory role of DIT

Ownership of Ministries

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NeGP Implementation Strategy

Almost in place or will be

within the next few months

Must be led by each Dept – assisted by IT Dept/NIC/NISG

electronic delivery of services bill
Electronic Delivery of Services Bill
  • Mandatory e-Delivery of all public services within five years
    • Within 180 days, all Departments shall identify services to be e-enabled
    • To publish thereafter :
      • Cut off date for e-Delivery of each service
      • Manner of delivery and Service Levels
    • Provision for Assisted Access
    • Central & State Level Commissions to monitor implementation
      • Can issue directions
      • Can levy penalties on defaulting officials
key implementation considerations1
Key Implementation Considerations

Centralized Initiative, Decentralized Implementation

e-Governance is being promoted through a centralized initiative to the extent necessary to ensure citizen-centric orientation, to realize the objective of inter-operability of various e-Governance applications and to ensure optimal utilization of ICT infrastructure and resources while allowing for a decentralized implementation model.

Public-Private Partnerships

PPP model is to be adopted wherever feasible to enlarge the resource pool without compromising on the security aspects.

key implementation considerations2
Key Implementation Considerations

Integrative Elements

Adoption of unique identification codes for citizens, businesses and property is to be promoted to facilitate integration and avoid ambiguity.

Programme Approach at the National and State levels

For implementation of the NeGP, various Union Ministries/Departments and State Governments are involved. NeGP is being implemented as a programme, with well defined roles and responsibilities of each agency involved. For facilitating this, appropriate programme management structures have also been put in place.

key implementation considerations3
Key Implementation Considerations

Facilitatory role of DIT

DIT is the facilitator and catalyst for the implementation of NeGP by various Ministries and State Governments and also provides technical assistance. It serves as a secretariat to the Apex Committee and assists it in managing the programme. In addition, DIT is also implementing pilot/ infrastructure/ technical/ special projects and support components

Ownership of Ministries

Under the NeGP, various MMPs are owned and spearheaded by the concerned line Ministries. In case there are any ongoing projects which fall in the MMP category, they would be suitably enhanced to align them with the objectives of NeGP.

project stages of mmp
Project Stages of MMP

4

Post Implementation Stage:

Output: Delivery of services, service levels

3

Implementation Stage Output: Implementation at sites

Develop & implement Rollout Plan for the project

Design and Development Stage Output: DPR and Scheme Approval

Identify parameters for process modification, technology choice, conduct pilots, define milestones, timelines etc

2

1

Conceptualization Stage Output: Core Scope Document

Major Governance Objectives, Services, Service Levels, Stakeholder identification and Consultation are major activities of this stage

All MMPs may not follow the same sequence

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Core & Support Infrastructure

  • Common Service Centres (CSC)
      • More than 100,000 tele-centers in 600,000 villages.
      • Now the plan is to have CSC at all Panchayat levels.
      • Broad band internet enabled connectivity
      • Implementation through PPP
  • State Wide Area Network (SWAN)
      • Secured network for Government work
      • Connecting State HQs ,District HQs, Blocks HQs
      • Minimum 2 Mbps Broadband Connectivity
slide22

Core & Support Infrastructure

  • State Data Centres (SDC)
      • State of art Data Centers at each of 35 States/UTs
      • Housing all applications and databases
      • e-Delivery of G2G, G2C and G2B services
      • State Portals, State Service Delivery Gateways
  • Capacity Building Scheme (CB Scheme)
      • Constituting State e – Mission Teams ( SeMTs)
      • Workshops for Political & Policy levels
      • Specialized Training courses for Department level officers
slide23

Projected Investment for NeGP

INVESTMENT IN NeGP PROGRAMME IS GOING TO BE OVER Rs 50,000 Crs.

Information extracted from “Saaransh” a compendium of MMPS published by NeGD, DIT, GoI

organizations supporting negp implementation
Organizations supporting NeGP Implementation

NIC (National Informatics Centre)

Application Development,

Implementation, Standards

CCA (Controller of Certifying Agency)

Digital Certification

STQC

Standards

Testing

Quality Certifications

CDAC (Centre For Advanced Computing)

R&D

Local Language Interface

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Role of DIT in NeGP Implementation

  • Act as Secretariat to the Apex Committee
  • Appraise (Technically) all projects prior to approval
  • Provide technical assistance to Central Line Departments / States
  • Implement pilots / infrastructure / special projects
  • Lay down standards and policy guidelines
  • Leverage capacity of existing public and private institutions