UIDAI signs MOU with MP government

State to facilitate UID PoC and pilot project

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Samir Sachdeva | March 16, 2010



Madhya Pradesh has signed a MOU with the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) in order to facilitate the implementation of UID in the state on Friday last week.

The agreement was signed by B.B.Nanawati, Deputy Director General, UIDAI and D.Singhai, Principal Secretary, Planning, Economics and Statistics Department of Government of Madhya Pradesh.

As per the MOU the state government will cooperate and collaborate with UIDAI in conducting the proof of concept (PoC) studies and pilots to test working of technology and process of enrolment into the UID database. It will also identify registrars for the implementation of UID project and put in place institutional mechanism to effectively monitor the implementation of UID project.

UIDAI on its part will set standards and processes for registrars and enrolling agencies.

Madhya Pradesh has earlier set up a state level cabinet committee on UID under chairmanship of Chief Minister and a state level UID implementation committee under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary.

 

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