Government wakes up to take stock of NeGP

Apex Committee to review Mission Mode Projects


Samir Sachdeva | July 15, 2010

The Apex Committee headed by the Cabinet Secretary, K M Chandrasekhar will meet tomorrow at Vigyan Bhavan to review  27 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) being implemented under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP).

The Secretary of the Ministry of the concerned MMP will present before the Committee the progress of the project highlighting the expected project and citizen centric service outcomes, detailing the budget allocations, the timelines and milestones achieved, services that are currently being offered to the citizens in electronic mode and electronic services that would be ultimately offered to the citizens on the completion of the project implementation.

The NeGP is monitored and reviewed at the highest level. The PM’s Committee on NeGP provides leadership, prescribes deliverables and milestones, and monitors periodically the implementation of the NeGP.

The National e-Governance Advisory Group, is headed by the Minister of Communications & Information Technology, and includes representative from the Planning Commission, States , other Line Ministries/Departments and Civil Society Organisations.

The Apex Committee, with Cabinet Secretary as its Chairman and Secretary, Department of Information Technology as its Member Convener, oversees the programme and provides policy and strategic directions for its implementation and for resolving inter-ministerial issues.

Cabinet Secretary will address the members of the media in the evening.



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