Transcript of "E maharashtra 2013 pillars of success of e-governance in maharashtra - rajesh aggarwal, secretary it, government of maharashtra"
A SnapshotRajesh AggarwalSecretary IT, GoM9th May 2013, eMaharashtra ConferenceeGovernance in Maharashtra
eGov@ Maharashtra9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra2Leadership Position in eGovernancePolicy and Legal FrameworkCitizen Service DeliveryLeadership in UIDCapacity Building InitiativeseGov Projects in DepartmentsBack-End SystemsPillars of eGovernance
Leadership Position ineGovernance9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra3Leaders: Maharashtra, Karnataka,TN, APAspiring Leaders: Gujarat, Goa,Delhi, ChandigarhExpectants: WB, UP, KeralaAverage Achievers: MP, Punjab,Pondicherry, HaryanaBelow Achievers: HP, Orissa,Mizoram, TripuraLaggards: Assam, Jharkhand,Bihar, J&K, SikkimThe State Govt. haswon 57 awards ine-Governance in thelast few years at thenational levelhighlighting ourleadership
9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra4 / 14Policy/LegalFrameworksCapacityBuildingFrameworkFundingFrameworkInstitutionalFrameworkCoree-GovernanceCommonInfrastructureCommonStateWideProjectsSix Pillars for achieving the vision of e-GovernancePillars for eGovernance
eGov Projects9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra5 / NN• UID• State DataCentre• SWAN• CSC• SSDG• e-District• e-office• e-ProcurementDriving KeyMMPsSupportingothers• e-Courts• EmploymentExchange• CCTNS• Land Records• Transport• E-PRI• E-biz• Agriculture
Policy and Legal frameworkfor e-GovernancePolicies ComplianceCommitteesPartnerships9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra6 / 14• IT policy in 1998• First state to bring eGovernancePolicy & implementation plan• Mandatory 0.5% budget in all depts• Drafted HR policies for eGovernance• CII Policy, Electronic Service DeliveryRules, 2012; IT AdjudicationFocus on standardization,compliance with eGovstandards, localisation,W3C, GIGW, WCAGguidelines• Cabinet Subcommittee• High Power Committee• Project Implementationcommittees• Joint Venture with TCS-Mahaonline• MoU with Yashada & CDAC• Collaboration with CSC-SPV• PPP with other vendorseGovernance
Citizen Services Delivery Delivering citizen services at thedoorstep 35,000 centers (Common ServiceCenters, Sangram centers, Setucenters) Various G2C services to citizens ataffordable price9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra7 / 14 16 key certificates (encompassing 80% of the citizen requirement)available online in uniform format across the state 12.53 crore e-transactions in 2012-13 Integration with Employment Exchange, MSEDCL, Apna-CSC andother departments for service delivery through CSCs e-District and SSDG to facilitate online and hassle free servicedelivery to citizens
Frontrunner in UID9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra85.79 5.412.48 2.320.001.002.003.004.005.006.007.00UID Generated (In Cr.)State-wise4.333.092.49 2.190.001.002.003.004.005.00UID Generated (In Cr.)Registrar -wiseNo. 1 Registrar in the country, and No. 2 State in of total UID generated• 5.4 Crore of UID generated out of 5.7 Crore residents enrolled• 45% of the total population covered till now• First state to implement SRDH and u-SRDH• 90% Seeding done at Wardha
Direct Benefit Transfer In Phase I - 6 districts have been selected by UIDAI for financial inclusionnamely Mumbai (City and Suburban), Pune, Amravati, Nandurbar and Wardha In Phase II – 6 district selected for DBT program(Aurangabad, Jalna, Latur, Jalgaon, Ratnagiri, Gondia) Dilasa Project - Pilot project has been successfully completed for linking UIDwith beneficiaries of Old Age Pension Schemes and payments have been madeinto the bank accounts with UID linked authentication 6.6 Cr Payments made to 32,587 beneficiaries under following schemes in FIDistricts (Phase I)1. Post Matric Scholarship for OBC student2. Post Matric Scholarship for SC student3. National Child Labour Policy (NCLP)4. Old Age Pension9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra9
9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra10Frontrunner in UIDAchievements Other Initiatives• 4200+ kits are operational, which is thehighest in the country• No. of Kits expected to double in the nextfew months• More than 40 Lakh enrolments onmonthly basis in the State• Max. enrolments to be completed by Dec2013• Won the Excellence Award for UIDimplementation and SRDH from Hon.Prime Minister• Aadhaar linked projects initiated inPDS, NREGA etc.• UID used in service delivery through CSCwith 16 services of Mahaonline• Plan to have BCs thru multiple channels• eAadhaar service through CSC / SangramKendras across State• Proposed permanent UID enrolmentstation at every taluka for citizen benefit• 1 Rupee Seeding; AUA ASA;INNOVATION LAB
eGovernance Projects inDepartments Finance department has launched innovative programs like Budget Estimation,Allocation & Monitoring System (BEAMS), Sevaarth (Payroll management system),Defined Contribution Pension Scheme (DCPS), Koshwahini etc. Sales Tax dept first state in India to have 100% automated registration, returns filingand audit, Use of BI & Data mining tools for data captured of Sales Tax departmentand departments like Income Tax, Service Tax, Excise etc for plugging of fraud andtax evasion cases. Home dept. is implementing CCTNS and City Surveillance systems in importantcities like Mumbai, Pune, Navi Mumbai etc. Multiple socially relevant projects including UID linked Software for Assessment ofDisability, Maharashtra (SADM) has been successfully launched Scholarships; Health Dept; Agriculture; Emp. Exchanges; Education dept initiatives9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra11
Capacity Building9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra12 / 14• Capacity building and Change managementframework addressing all stakeholders ofeGovernance• Statewide and national level workshops &Knowledge sharing sessions• Unique initiative “Tech Saturday”.Collaborated with CDAC to establishMarathi Centre of Excellence• Online e-Governance training andcertification program ategovtraining.maharashtra.gov.inVendors ConsultantsState GovtOfficialsCitizens• Sponsors one-year program in e-Governance for Executives (eGPX)• ~25,000 officers have been trained in e-Governance in the last 12 months
Back-end Systems9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra13 / 14State Data Center & Cloud Services• First state to host the Data center onCloud• Only SDC in the country to have its ownASN number, and its own IPv4 andIPv6 addresses from APNIC.• Uses Blade Servers and VirtualMachines to reduce costs and increaseefficiency. It runs full fledged PRIVATECLOUD in actual productionenvironment.SWAN• One of largest 8 states to implement MSWAN• MSWAN connects 35 District Head Quartersto the State head quarter, 323 Taluka HeadQuarters and 6 Divisional Head Quarters toDistrict Head Quarters.• 200 horizontal offices are connected throughMSWAN
Back-end Systems9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra14 / 14• eOffice in Maharashtra started withimplementation in NRHM, then inSindhudurg District and Mantralaya.• Mantralaya implementation is one of thebiggest eOffice implementation in thecountry with about 6000 users in singleinstance.• Started eProcurement since August 2010with a PPP arrangement with SIFY• Since Nov-2011 also started NICeProcurement portal• Mandatory use of eTenders for all tendersabove 10 Lakhs• eAuction and ePayment are in pipelineeOfficeeTendering
Back-end Systems District and Divisional Consulting DIT has designated guardian consultants for all districts from theteam of existing consultants working on e-governance projects withGovernment of Maharashtra. Role of these District Guardian Consultants is to drive e-governancestandards, UID enrolment & linkages, Direct bank transfers, CitizenServices through CSCs / Setu / Sangram kendras etc. in theirrespective districts.9th May, 2013E-Governance in Maharashtra15 / 14
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