RFD 2013-14

Report
e-Kranti: National e-Governance Plan 2.0
Next Wave in e-Governance
Transforming e-Governance
for
Transforming Governance
Vinay Thakur
Director, NeGD
Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY)
[email protected]
Agenda
 Overview of NeGP
 Status of DeitY’s Core Infrastructure Projects
 SWOT Analysis of NeGP
 Need for e-Kranti (NeGP 2.0)
 Principles of e-Kranti
 Way Forward
National e-Governance Plan (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”
May 2006
Core Infrastructure under NeGP
State Wide Area Network
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
36
33
31
30
State Data Center
25
30
20
15
12
0
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14 2014-15*
2010-11
No. of CSCs Rolled Out
Connectivity
1,60,000
1,35,598
1,20,651
1,40,000
1,20,000
95,710
1,00,000
80,669
80,000
99247
85,928
69,574
57,482
60,000
43,464
40,000
27,200
10,350
4,000
0
2007-08
16
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14 2014-15*
SSDG and State Portal
Common Service Centers
20,000
23
10
7
2008-09
21
28
Jun-2014
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
25
20
11
1
2010-11
4
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14 2014-15*
* Target
Strengths
Weaknesses
 General Awareness on eGovernance
 24 out of 31 MMPs gone live
 Basic IT Infrastructure available
 Significant increase in political support
 Catalyzed movement towards citizen right on time
bound delivery of services
 Supplemented various eGov projects
Opportunities
 Huge advancements in the Technology
 Advent of the Cloud
 New business models
 Capacity Building
 Radical process re-engineering
 Strong international presence
 Lack of attainment in desired impact
 Significant time overruns
 Weak Standards and interoperability
 Low degree of process-reengineering
 Lack of mission approach on implementation
Weak monitoring & evaluation system
 Problem of last mile connectivity
 Sub optimal use of Core IT Infra
NeGP
Threats
 Losing appeal for Transformation
 Obsolete or inefficient eGov Projects
 A large number of islands of IT activity
 Competition from other countries
 India could lose the opportunity to leapfrog in the
quality and nature of citizen services offered through eGov
Why NeGP 2.0? (1/2)
o For enhancing portfolio of citizen centric services
o Current Portfolio of MMPs does not cover all citizen centric services
o Long gestation period of MMPs (Health, Education, e-Posts)
o Desirability of optimum usage of core infrastructure
o SDC – 23/33, SWAN – 33/36, SSDG – 20/36, CSCs – 135,598
o Fully established MSDG, NSDG and Payment Gateway
o Current average utilization of assets is about 50 %
o For rapid replication and integration of eGov applications
o Lack of integrated services
o Lack of end to end automation
o Lack of interoperability among exiting eGov applications
o Lack of replication of successful eGov applications across States and UTs
Why NeGP 2.0?
(2/2)
o Need to exploit Emerging Technologies
o Cloud
o Mobile Platform- Smart phones, Tablets
o In-Memory Database
o Software Defined Network (SDN)
o Big Data Analytics
o Avoid risk of obsolescence
o Need for introducing more agile implementation models
Need for Redefining NeGP
o Incremental approach Vs. Transformational approach
o Consequence of SWOT Analysis
o New Image
o New Priorities
o Global Leadership
NeGP 2.0 (e-Kranti)
Principles
o Transformation and not Translation
o Integrated Services and not Individual Services
o GPR to be mandatory in every MMP
o Infrastructure on Demand
o Cloud by Default
o Mobile First
o Fast Tracking Approvals
o Mandating Standards and Protocols
NeGP 2.0 (e-Kranti)
Institutions and Instruments
o National e-Governance Academy
o e-Governance Knowledge Portal
o Create e-Governance Impact Index
o Effective use of Social Media
Implementation & Delivery
o Transforming the Delivery Channels
o Awareness and Communication
o Introduce New Business Models
o Exporting eGov
Status update on e-Kranti
o Discussed in PM’s Committee on NeGP on 1st July, 2013
o Discussed in Apex Committee on NeGP on 5th November, 2013
o Concept paper circulated to all Central Ministries/Departments and all
States/UTs for comments
o Discussed in Council of Mission Leaders on 14th March’ 2014
o Discussed in Apex Committee on NeGP on 18th March’ 2014
o 10 New MMPs approved in principle by the Apex Committee
o Revised Cabinet Note to be circulated
New MMPs
Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
New MMPs
Owner Department
Key Components
Parliament of India, Bills, Gazette notifications, Budget,
Lok-Sabha Secretariat Parliamentary Questions database,
Parliamentary proceedings, Publications
Parliament of India, As above for State Legislatures e-Vidhaan
Lok-Sabha Secretariat
Strengthening Banking & Insurance
Financial Inclusion Financial Services
services in the rural areas through
strategic use of ICT
Roads
and M/o Road Transport & Integrated citizen centric services
Highways
related to roads and highways
Highways
e-Sansad
Information
System (RAHI)
Agriculture 2.0
D/o Agriculture
Sector specific services for Horticulture
and Fisheries, Governance & citizencentric services for Co-operatives and
Fertilizer testing labs
New MMPs
Sl. No.
New MMPs
Owner
Department
M/o Earth Sciences
6
NGIS
7
Rural Development D/o Rural
Key Components
Integrated GIS Platform
A portfolio of rural development
services including NREGA
Online Benefit Schemes,
Integrated eServices for NGOs
Development
M/o Social Justice
and Empowerment
as the leader and
other welfare
departments as coowners
M/o Women and Integrated Child Development Scheme,
Child Development Integration with Health MMP
8
Social Benefits
9
Women and Child
Development
10
MHA
Common IT
Roadmap for Para
Military Forces
Way Forward
o DPR has been prepared, incorporating major components like
 New Portfolio of Projects
 Mandating transformational BPR, Cloud by Default, Mobile First and
Standards
 National e-Governance Academy
 National Institute for e-Governance Standards
 e-Governance Impact Index
 NII
 Fast-track approval procedures
o Revised Cabinet Note to be circulated
SDC Implementation Status Across India
J&K
HP
Punjab
Chandigarh
Arunachal
Pradesh
Uttarakhand
Delhi
Haryana
Sikkim
Nagaland
UP
Assam
Rajasthan
Manipur
Bihar
MP
Gujarat
JHD
CHH
Orissa
Dadra
Daman & Diu
Mizoram
WB
Tripura
Meghalaya
Maharashtra
M aharas htra
SDC - Go Live
AP
Goa
A
n
d
a
TN Pondicherry
m
a
n
Tamil
Kerala
Lakshadweep
Nadu
23
SDC Operational
1
Apr - May’14
1
Dec’14
4
Feb-Mar‘15
4
Jul-Aug’15
2
Opted Out
BACK
SWAN: Implementation Status across India –July 2014
J&K
Himachal
Pradesh
CHD
HP
Arunachal
Pradesh
Uttarakhand
Punjab
Punjab
Haryana
Haryana
Sikkim
Delhi
UttarUP
Pradesh
Assam
Rajasthan
Bihar
Bihar
Gujarat
Gujarat
JHD
Jharkhand
MP
MNP
MGH
WB
West Bengal
TRIPURA
NG
MZR
CHH
Daman and Diu
Orissa
Orissa
Dadar and Nagar Haveli
33
Maharashtra
Maharashtra
AP
Goa*
Andhra
Pradesh
Karnataka
Pondicherry
Lakshadweep
1
Re-bid Process in progress
1
LoI to be issued
Andman
Karnataka
SWAN operational
BACK
TN
Kerala
Kerala
Tamil
Nadu
* Implemented under State Scheme
SSDG Implementation Status across India (July, 2014)
BACK
CSC: Implementation Status (30th June, 2014)
BACK

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