As we look at the world economy today, India stands out for its high potential and has already emerged as one of the fastest growing economies of the world. To catapult this growth, our government has envisioned the Digital India campaign with a vision to transform India into a Digitally Empowered Society and Knowledge Economy. Digital India was conceptualized to transform the entire ecosystem of public services with the use of information technology and empowering the common citizens of India by establishing a strong digital infrastructure. While the DigitaI India Programme has many facets, the greatest significance is the last-mile connectivity. For a country like India that has already emerged as one of the fastest growing economies of the world, digital technology would be a great enabler to increase productivity, improve competitiveness, remove income inequality and achieve inclusive growth. The e-governance initiatives that intend to transform the way the government reaches out to the citizens of India and delivers its services would have far-reaching outcomes than currently envisaged. In 2014, the National e-Governance Plan 2.0 (NeGP 2.0) i.e. e-Kranti was conceptualized which embodies electronic delivery of all government services. The e-Kranti currently covers 44 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) in three categories: Central, State and Integrated. Among the nine strong pillars of Digital India, the ‘e-Kranti Programme’ has with the vision of ‘Transforming e-Governance for Transforming Governance’ through a portfolio of Mission Mode Projects (MMPs). Dun & Bradstreet strongly believes that the expanded portfolio of MMPs, with its strong accent on technology, will radically change the way Government delivers services to the common citizens. With this background, Dun & Bradstreet aims to bring together in its publication (Compendium) the initiatives (MMPs) taken by various ministries/departments to the Digital India Mission under the leadership of Ministry of Communication & Information Technology.
- Overview of Digital India
- Mission Mode Projects (MMPs)
- Other Digital Initiatives
- In this publication, Dun & Bradstreet has presented an overview of the Digital India Programme and various initiatives taken and profiled 44 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) announced under National e-Governance Programmme (NeGP) under the larger umbrella of Digital India and highlighting the achievements of the initiatives so far.
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