Government to form core group for BPR

Group to re-engineer 20-25 key citizen centric services


Samir Sachdeva | September 1, 2010

Government is mulling to form a group consisting of representatives from government of India and state governments to re-engineer government processes as per the minutes of meeting of apex committee of national e-governance act (NeGP) which met on July 16.

The group to be formed by Department of Information Technology (DIT) will identify and reengineer 20-25 key citizen centric core government processes where BPR can be taken at both central and state levels. The re-engineered processes could form the basis for a shared technology platform like cloud computing for effective integration.

The meeting which was held on July 16, was also attended by Nandan Nilekani, Chairman, UIDAI; Sam Pitroda, Advisor to Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure & Innovations; Kiran Karnik, former President Nasscom; Som Mittal, President, Nasscom.

Pitroda during the meeting stressed that the National Knowledge Commission has already recommended that government should focus on 20 processes that affect all citizens and re-engineer them to bring about a noticeable change from the perspective of the citizen.



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