MMP project will enable computerization of the government's internal processes
SAMIR SACHDEVA | February 18, 2010
Prithviraj Chavan, minister of state for personnel, public grievance and pensions said that the government is implementing a national mission mode project on e-Office which will computerize the complete internal processes of government.
In his inaugural address, the minister highlighted the importance of the conference saying that it is a forum where the government, solution providers and other stakeholders in e-governance brainstorm. The conference is important from the perspective of raising awareness amongst the end users, sharing of best practices in the sector.
"Our country has multiple successful pilot projects but the scaling up of these projects still remain a issue," Chavan said.
The theme for this year's conference is 'e-governance from the citizens' perspective'.
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