Block 10-11 February for the 14th national e-governance conference
Samir Sachdeva | January 6, 2011
The national e-governance conference jointly organized by the department of administrative reforms and public grievances (DARPG) and department of information technology (DIT) will be held on February 10-11, 2011.
This year government of Maharashtra is the state partner and the conference will be organized at Aurangabad.
This will be 14th such conference to be organized by government of India (GOI) and it is for the first time that the conference will be held outside a state capital. Last year the state government of Rajasthan was the state partner and the conference was held in Jaipur.
A key highlight of the conference is the national e-governance awards which are awarded to best e-governance initiatives across the country.
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