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    NationaleNational

    e

    GovernancePlanGovernance

    Plan

    Presentedby:ShankarAggarwal,JointSecretary,DIT

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    INDIA

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    ChallengesChallenges

    1.2billionpeople

    600,000+villages,

    70%

    population

    rural

    Multiethnic,Multireligioussociety

    Multilingual:22Officiallanguages

    Multiparty,

    Multi

    tiered

    democracy

    35States&UTs;240,000+LocalBodies

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    HighlightsHighlights

    AcceleratingGDP

    growth

    :

    200708:7.09%

    200809:6.7%

    200910:7.9%

    Explosive telecomgrowth:Over560milliontelecomsubscribers

    60millionInternetusers

    7.83millionbroadbandsubscribers

    RapidlygrowingIT/Servicessector: ITandITeSExports:US$49.7billionforFY0910

    ComputerizationofRailwayReservationandTicketing IncomeTax MCA21 ePassport

    Socioeconomicanddigitaldivide

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    NationaleNational

    e

    Governance

    Plan

    VisionGovernance

    Plan

    Vision

    Make all Government services accessible to thecommon man in his locality, through common

    service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency,

    transparency & reliability of such services ataffordable costs to realise the basic needs of the

    commonman.

    NeGPapprovedbytheCabinetinMay2006

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    StrategytoRealizeVisionStrategytoRealizeVision

    FocusonServices&Servicelevels

    BusinessProcessReengineering&ChangeManagement

    CreationofServiceDeliveryPlatform

    CentralizedInitiative,DecentralizedImplementation

    OwnershipandCentralRoleofLineMinistries/StateGovernments

    Emphasis

    on

    Public

    Private

    Partnerships

    (PPP)

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    ApexBody

    (HeadedbyPM)

    NationaleGovernance

    AdvisoryBoard

    (HeadedbyMinister)

    ApexCommittee

    (Headed

    by

    Cab

    Secy)

    DIT

    NISG NeGD NIC

    Provincial/State

    Governments

    LineMinistries

    ImplementationFrameworkImplementationFramework

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    CoreInfrastructureCoreInfrastructure

    CommonServiceCentres(CSCs)

    100,000+CSCsfor600,000+villages

    State

    Wide

    Area

    Networks

    (SWANs)

    2MbpssecuredintranetworkuptoBlocklevel

    StateDataCenters(SDCs)

    ForhostingStateleveleGovernanceApplicationsandData

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    SDC

    WebenabledAnytime,AnywhereServices&Information

    CSC

    SWAN

    CoreInfrastructureofNeGPCoreInfrastructureofNeGP

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    NeGPServiceDeliveryStrategyNeGPServiceDeliveryStrategy

    StatePortal

    Govt.Departmentsatvariouslevels

    SHQ

    Collectors

    Office

    Tehsil/Taluks

    Registration

    Transport

    Revenue

    Municipalities

    State

    Districts

    Blocks

    Taluks

    SSDG

    SWAN

    Internet

    .

    .

    UniqueApplicationID

    Authentication

    MessageRouting

    GuaranteedDelivery

    TransactionLog

    Timestamping

    Acknowledgement

    StatusTracking

    CallCenters

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    eeDeliveryofServicesDeliveryofServices

    27MissionModeProjects(MMPs)

    ImplementedinPublicPrivatePartnership

    Framework

    MMPsbasedonthefollowingprinciple:

    Ownership Services,Serviceslevel&implementation

    Independentassessmentofoutcomes

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    InteroperabilitychallengesInteroperabilitychallenges

    Governmentsystemsarecharacterizedby islandsof

    legacysystems

    Heterogeneousplatformsandtechnologies

    Spreadacrossdiversegeographicallocations

    Varyingstateofautomation

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    InteroperabilityFrameworkforeInteroperabilityFrameworkfore

    Governance(IFEG)Governance

    (IFEG)

    To interoperate and share informationseamlessly

    Needforsetofstandardsandguidelineswhichisusedbyeveryone

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    Classificationof IFEG/GIFClassificationof IFEG/GIF

    ServicewhichfocusonOrganisational,SemanticandTechnicalinteroperability(EuropeIFandGermanSAGA)

    Interoperability Layers/Domains simply focus onTechnical interoperability by categorizing standards.(Australia,Brazil,India,Malaysia,NewZealand,UK,etc.)

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    GoIInitiativesonIFEGGoIInitiativesonIFEG

    Government of India (GOI) has taken a decision to

    adoptopenStandards

    GoIisbringingoutaPolicyonOpenStandardsfore

    Governance asabasisforselectingStandards.

    ThedraftPolicyonOpenStandards

    Approvedinprinciple

    Willbefinalizedafter gettingpublicfeedback

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    InstitutionalMechanismInstitutionalMechanism

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    ElementsofPolicyonOpenStandardsElementsofPolicyonOpenStandards

    PolicyStatement:

    GoIshalladoptSingleandRoyaltyFreeOpenStandardprogressively

    for a specific purpose with in a domain with an objective ofensuringInteroperabilityineGovernancesystemsinIndia.

    Mandatorycharacteristicstobemet byaStandardstoqualifyasan

    OpenStandard

    Desirablecharacteristics usedtonarrowdownthechoiceamongmultipleOpenstandards

    ExceptionHandlingprovision selectinginterimstandardduetononavailabilityofOpenStandard

    Exceptionhandlingmechanism forselectingmultipleStandards

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    StandardsStandards

    StandardsPublished:http://egovstandards.gov.in

    Metadata&DataStandards:Thesedefinestandardsfor personandland

    identification

    like

    name,

    address,

    which

    will

    ensure

    sharing

    of information

    and

    seamlessinteroperabilityofdataacrossapplications

    LocalisationandLanguageTechnologyStandards:CharacterEncodingStandard

    Unicode5.1.0 and FontStandardISO/IEC1449622 OpenFontFormat

    NetworkandInformationSecurity:7guidelinedocumentsundereGovernance

    SecurityAssuranceFramework(eSAFE)forimplementationof ISO27001

    DigitalSignature:DigitalSignatureCertificate(DSC)Interoperabilityguidelines

    willenableinteroperabilityofDSCsissuedbyvariousCertifyingAuthorities(CA)

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    StandardsStandardsUnderProgressUnderProgress

    PolicyonOpenStandardsDraftPolicyapprovedinprinciple pending public

    review

    TechnologyStandardsonInteroperability

    Biometrics:Standardsforfacialimage, fingerprintsandminutia

    Quality&Documentation:QualityAssuranceFrameworkforeGovernance

    EnterpriseArchitectureframework

    Identificationofnewareasforevolving/adoptingstandards

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    TheWayForwardTheWayForward

    EducationalServices

    FinancialInclusion

    UID:Biometricsand

    DemographicProfile

    HealthServices

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    ThankYouThankYou

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    EducationEducation

    SchoolsineveryvillageunderSarvaShikshaAbhiyan

    (SSA)

    Teachersappointedoncontract

    Qualityofeducation

    Assessmentnotreliable

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    HealthServicesHealthServices

    CostefficientHealthServicesnotavailable

    DoctorsnotavailableinVillagesandBlockHeadquarters

    Expenditureonhealthbiggestdeterrentforpoor

    Telemedicine

    ElectronicHealthRecords

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    UIDUID

    UIDseekstocreateuniqueidentitybasedonBiometricsand

    Demographicprofile

    Biometricsincludesimage,10fingerprintsandbothIRIS

    DemographicprofileincludesName,DateofBirthandotherbasic

    data

    RGIiscreatingNPRbyenlistingallresidentsinaNational

    PopulationRegister

    DigitizationofNPRdataandcaptureofbiometricsproposedtobe

    donethroughCSCs

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    FinancialInclusionFinancialInclusion

    65%ruralhouseholdsunbanked

    Nobanking,nofinancialhistory,nocredit

    Brickandmortarbankingnotviableinvillages

    LeveragingICT

    Lowerstransactioncost

    Efficientandinstantaneous

    Transactiontrailavailable

    ExplosiveTelecomgrowth

    Over500milliontelecomsubscribers

    BCs

    plus

    micro

    ATM

    provides

    all

    basic

    financial

    services

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    MissionModeProjects(MMPs)MissionModeProjects(MMPs)

    Central(9)

    IncomeTax

    Central

    Excise

    Passports/Visa

    Immigration

    MCA

    21 NationalID/UID

    Pensions

    eOffice Banking(Industry)

    Insurance(Industry)

    State (11)

    Agriculture

    Land

    Records

    1 LandRecords NLRMP

    Transport

    Treasuries

    CommercialTaxes

    GramPanchayats

    Municipalities Police CCTNS

    Employment Exchange

    eDistrict

    Integrated(7)

    eBiz

    EDI

    IndiaPortal

    CSC

    NSDG

    eCourts

    eProcurement

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    ImplementationFrameworkImplementationFramework

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    ServiceCenterAgencyServiceCenterAgency

    Private

    Sector

    Entity

    Responsiblefor

    Settingup,rolloutandmanagementofCSCs

    SelectionandtrainingofVLEs

    ProvisionofB2Cservices

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    StateDesignatedAgencyStateDesignatedAgency

    Specificauthoritysetup/enabledbyState

    Government

    Responsiblefor Monitoring

    Disbursingrevenuesupport

    EnforcingMasterServiceAgreement

    LiaisingbetweenSCAsandStateGovernments

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    Name: Sadhan

    Chandra

    Pal

    Location:Junbedia,BankuraII,

    WestBengal

    Earnings: USD250permonth

    VillageLevelEntrepreneur

    NeGP:TheChangingFaceofNeGP:TheChangingFaceof

    RuralIndiaRural

    India

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    Name:ManojKarmakar

    Location:SanbandhaGram

    PanchayatOffice,Block:BankuraII,

    WestBengal

    VillageLevelEntrepreneur

    Earnings: USD300permonth

    NeGP:TheChangingFaceofNeGP:TheChangingFaceof

    RuralIndiaRural

    India

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    Name:SantoshKumar

    Location:Divigar,Jharkhand

    VillageLevelEntrepreneur

    Earnings: USD300permonth

    NeGP:TheChangingFaceofNeGP:TheChangingFaceof

    RuralIndiaRural

    India

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    Name:ShrikantYadav

    VillageLevelEntrepreneur

    Location:

    Divigar,

    Jharkhand

    Earnings: USD

    250

    per

    month

    NeGP:TheChangingFaceofNeGP:TheChangingFaceof

    RuralIndiaRural

    India

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    Goalpara District rolled out eDistrict applications integrating CSC,

    SWAN,whichwasinauguratedbyITministerinNov.'09

    EEDistrictinGoalpara,AssamDistrictinGoalpara,Assam

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    eeDistrictDistrict

    Objectives

    TargethighvolumeservicesatDistrictlevel Undertakebackendprocessreengineeringtoeenablethe

    deliveryoftheseservicesthroughCSCs

    Examplesofservices:IssueofCertificates,Application

    forPensions,RevenueCourtrelated,GovernmentDuesand

    Recoveryrelated,RationCardrelatedandGrievanceredressal

    Status of eStatus of e DistrictDistrict

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    StatusofeStatusofeDistrictDistrict

    Pilotprojectsarebeingimplementedin15States(40districts)

    Out

    of

    these

    15,

    the

    Pilot

    projects

    have

    been

    successfullylaunchedin3states UP,AssamandTamil

    Nadu

    AdvancedstageMP,Bihar,Kerala,WestBengal

    Averagenumberofcitizentransactions/month/district

    upto20,000

    NationalrolloutofthisMMPatacostofUSD600

    million(appx.)plannedfor201012

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    IMPACTASSESSMENTIMPACTASSESSMENT

    NumberoftripstoGovernmentofficessignificantly

    reducedby12trips

    Waitingtimeatofficesreducedintherange2040%

    LandRecordsProject Significantreductioninbribery

    DirectcostsavingstothecitizensintherangeRs.60

    110/ (pertransaction)

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    CapacityBuildingSchemeCapacityBuildingScheme

    Training&Sensitization

    LeadershipMeetsforPoliticalLeaders

    Orientation&SensitizationtrainingsforPolicyMakers

    CIO/CTOtrainingsforProjectLeaders

    ChangeManagement/BPRtrainingsforGovernment officials

    eGPxcourseforlongtermCapacityBuilding

    NationalEGovernanceConference

    RoundTableConferenceswithStateGovernments

    SWAN & SDCSWAN & SDC

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    SWAN

    (Rs3334

    crores)

    Proposalsapproved 33States/UTs

    Implementation

    completed

    19

    States

    RollouttobecompletedbySeptember2010

    StateData

    Centre

    (Rs

    1623

    crores)

    Proposalsapproved 31States/UTs

    RFPof18Statesapproved,12Statescompletedbidevaluation

    LoIissued/tobeissuedby31stMarch2010:8States

    Roll

    out

    to

    be

    completed

    by

    September

    2011

    SWAN&SDCSWAN&SDC

    SWANSWAN

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    4

    SWAN implemented

    Implementation at Advance stage

    20

    Himachal

    Pradesh

    Punjab

    Haryana

    Uttar Pradesh

    Bihar

    Gujarat

    Maharashtra

    Karnataka

    Kerala

    Tamil

    Nadu

    Andhra

    Pradesh

    Orissa

    West BengalJharkhand

    J&K

    HP

    Punjab

    Haryana

    Rajasthan

    Gujarat

    Karnataka

    Kerala

    CHH

    Sikkim

    Arunachal Pradesh

    Pondicherry

    TN

    WB

    Bihar

    Uttarakhand **

    UP

    MP

    Maharashtra

    AP

    Orissa **

    Assam NGL

    MNP

    MZR

    MGH

    TRIPURA

    SWANSWAN

    CHD

    3 Implementation in Progress

    4 Bid Process Initiated

    2 RFP/ BoM under preparation/revision

    2 Opted Out from SWAN Scheme

    Delhi

    Goa

    Lakshadweep

    JHD

    Andman

    Daman and Diu

    Dadar and Nagar Haveli

    ** Formal declaration awaited

    State Portals SSDG & eState Portals SSDG & e FormsForms

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    StatePortal

    RepositoryofGovernmentInformationandServices

    EnablesCitizenstodownloadandsubmitformselectronically

    StateServiceDeliveryGateway(SSDG)

    EnablesroutingofmessagesbasedonStandards

    Routingofformstoaparticularofficeofadepartment

    eForms

    Facilitatesstandardized,interoperableformat

    ForelectronicServiceDelivery

    Thiswillenableassuredelectronicdelivery,acknowledgement andstatus

    trackingofapplicationfromcitizen

    StatePortals,SSDG&eStatePortals,SSDG&eFormsForms

    C S i CC S i C t

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    SchemeapprovedinSept06 (Rs5742Cr.)

    1,00,000+CSCsacross6,00,000+villages

    EnableG2C&B2Cservices

    ImplementationPPPmodel

    RevenueviabilitygapbeingmetbyGoI

    76,100CSCssetupasonMarch31,2010

    Broadband connectivitybyBSNLbyJune2010

    CommonServicesCentersCommonServicesCenters

    CSC I fCSC I f t t

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    CSCInfrastructureCSCInfrastructure

    100 150sq.ftspace

    Min.1PCwithUPS

    Min.1Printer

    Digital/WebCamera

    Genset/Inverter/Solar

    OSandotherapplicationsoftware

    Wired/WirelessBroadbandConnectivity

    Trainedandincentivizedmanpower

    Investment:USD4000perCSC

    Common Services CenterCommon Services Center

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    CSCrolledout

    76,100(29States)

    OnlineMonitoringToolInstalled

    34,719(26States) Implementationunderway

    47,081CSCs(29States)

    CommonServicesCenterCommonServicesCenter

    *Jharkhand,

    Haryana

    reported

    100%

    CSC

    rollout,

    however

    due

    to

    termination

    of

    SCA

    in

    Haryana,

    561

    out

    of

    1159

    CSCs

    are

    non

    operational.

    Similarly,

    in

    Tripura

    due

    to

    cancellation

    of

    contract

    133

    CSCs

    are

    non

    operational

    70%(15)

    50% 70%(3)

    JammuKashmir

    HimachalPradesh

    Punjab

    Haryana

    Uttar Pradesh

    Rajasthan

    Uttaranchal

    Bihar

    Gujarat

    Maharashtra

    Karnataka

    KeralaTamilNadu

    AndhraPradesh

    Orissa

    Chattisgarh

    WestBengal

    J&K

    HP

    Punjab

    Haryana

    Rajasthan

    Gujarat

    Karnataka

    Kerala

    CHH

    Sikkim

    ArunachalPradesh

    Puducherry

    TN

    WB

    BiH

    JHD

    Uttarakhand

    UP

    MP

    Maharashtra

    AP

    Orissa

    ASM NGL

    MNPMGH

    TRIPURA

    20% 50%(7)

    FreshRFPtobeissued(1)

    20%(3)

    SCASelected(1)

    Chandigarh

    Goa

    MZR

    CSCCSC S iS i

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    CSCsCSCsServicesServices

    G2CServicesG2CServices

    LandRecords

    Certificates

    Applications

    UtilityBills

    GrievanceTracking

    SocialWelfare

    B2CServicesB2CServices

    AgricultureExtension

    FinancialServices

    EducationExtension

    TelecomServices

    Advertising

    C S i CC S i C t

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    CommonServicesCentersCommonServicesCenters

    UpscalingofCSCsfrom100,000to250,000

    Repositioning

    of

    CSCs

    as

    Bharat

    Nirman

    Common

    ServiceCentrestodeliverallservicesunderBharat

    Nirman&FlagshipSchemes

    /

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    KeyLearning/OutcomesKeyLearning/Outcomes

    h llCh ll

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    ChallengesChallenges

    Rollingout100,000+CSCsin600,000+villages

    IntegratingexistingG2Cdeliverychannelswith

    CSCs

    IntegratedpublicservicedeliveryVssilobased

    service

    delivery

    ChallengesChallenges

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    ChallengesChallenges

    Regulatory&LegalenablementofICT

    basedprocesses

    Buildingcapacitywithin&outside

    government

    CreationofrobusteInfrastructure

    A hi tA hi t

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    AchievementsAchievements

    Institutionalizinguniversalcoverage&public

    servicedeliveryatvillagelevel

    Rolloutofover76,100CSCsacross29

    statescoveringapopulation>400million

    AchievementsAchievements

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    AchievementsAchievements

    InstitutionalizationofPPPmodelforPublicservice

    deliveryMultistakeholderpartnershipindesign&implementation

    Synergybetweenpublic&privategoals

    ITAmendmentAct(2008)forregulatory&

    legalenablementnotified

    LearningsLearnings

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    gg

    Leadershipandownershipcriticalforsuccess

    Citizencentricapproach moreeffective

    servicedeliverymodel

    Robust backendeInfrastructuretoconvergeand

    provideseamlessintegration

    CSCConnectivityCSCConnectivity

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    PhasewiseConnectivity

    Phase1:

    Upgradationof28,000RuralExchangesofBSNL - ~ 30,000 CSCs

    FundingsupportofRs170crfromDIT

    Phase2:

    Upgradationofexisting1000BSNLTowers (WiMAX) - ~20,000CSCs

    FundingsupportofRs160crfromDIT

    Phase3:

    WiMAXbasedBroadbandConnectivity 43,000CSCs

    FundingsupporttoBSNLofRs550crfromDIT

    VSATconnectivityNIC 2,500CSCs

    FundingsupporttoNICofRs49.88cr

    yy

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    CSC

    Connectivity

    StatusCSC

    Connectivity

    StatusModeofCSC

    Connectivity

    TotalTarget Coveredsofar

    RuralExchanges

    (ADSL2+)

    30,623 28,636

    Wimax 63,605 7,089

    Other(EVDO&DSPT) 2,895 673

    Total 97,123 36,398

    SWAN&SDCSWAN&SDC

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    SWAN (Rs3334crores)

    Proposalsapproved 33States/UTs

    Implementationcompleted19States

    RollouttobecompletedbySeptember2010

    StateDataCentre(Rs1623crores)

    Proposalsapproved 31States/UTs

    RFPof18Statesapproved,12Statescompletedbidevaluation

    LoIissued/tobeissuedby31stMarch2010:8States

    RollouttobecompletedbySeptember2011

    SDCSDC

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    1

    July - Sep 10

    Nov10-Jan11

    9

    Himachal

    Pradesh

    Punjab

    Haryana

    Uttar Pradesh

    Bihar

    Gujarat

    Maharashtra

    Karnataka

    Kerala

    Tamil

    Nadu

    Andhra

    Pradesh

    Orissa

    Jharkhand

    J&K

    HP

    Rajasthan

    Gujarat

    Karnataka

    Kerala

    CHH

    Sikkim

    Arunachal

    Pradesh

    PondicherryTN

    WB

    BiH

    JHD

    Uttarakhand

    UP

    MP

    Maharashtra

    AP

    Orissa

    ASSAMNGL

    MNP

    MIZORAM

    MGH

    TRIPURA

    6

    2

    Jan-Apr11

    DPR yet to be received

    Goa

    Daman & Diu

    Dadra

    Lakshadweep

    SDC - Go Live

    Delhi

    2 Opted Out

    2 Apr-June 11

    6 June-Aug 11

    Punjab

    Haryana

    Chandigargh

    A

    n

    d

    a

    m

    a

    n

    2 Sep-Nov 10

    5 Aug-Dec11

    SDCSDC

    MandatoryCharacteristicsMandatoryCharacteristics

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    yy

    1. SpecificationdocumentoftheIdentifiedStandard,withorwithoutanominalfee,shallbemadeavailable.

    2. ThepatentclaimsnecessarytoimplementtheIdentified

    StandardshallbeavailableonaRoyaltyFree basisforthelifetimeofthestandard.IfsuchStandardsarenotfoundfeasibletheninthewiderpublicinterest,Fair,ReasonableandNonDiscriminatorytermsandconditions(FRAND)orReasonableandNonDiscriminatorytermsandconditions(RAND)withno

    paymentcouldbeconsidered.

    3. IdentifiedStandardshallberecursivelyopen.

    4. IdentifiedStandardshallhavetechnologyneutralspecification.

    5. IdentifiedStandardshallbecapableoflocalizationsupport,whereapplicable,forallIndianofficialLanguagesforallapplicabledomains.

    DesirablecharacteristicsDesirablecharacteristics

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    IncasemultipleStandardsgetqualifiedasOpenStandardsthentheselectionofasingleOpenStandardwillbeendeavoredbyfurthernarrowingdownbytheDesignatedBodybasedonmaximaldesirable

    characteristics

    given

    below.

    1. OpenStandardhavingmultipleimplementationsfromdifferentagencies.

    2. OpenStandardwidelyinuseinIndiaorforwhichtechnicalexpertiseandsupportexistsinIndia.

    3. OpenStandardthatallowscreationofOpenExtensionsand/orOpenSubsets.ThemandatorycharacteristicsshallalsobeapplicabletotheseOpen

    Extensions

    and

    /

    or

    Open

    Subsets.

    Exception HandlingException Handling non availabilitynon availability

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    ExceptionHandlingExceptionHandlingnonavailabilitynonavailability

    NonavailabilityofOpenStandardwhichmeetsallMandatoryCharacteristics

    Whileidentifyingthestandard,mandatorycharacteristicsmayberelaxedonebyone,oncasetocasebasis,bytheDesignatedBodyuntilthestandardbecomeseligibleasanInterimStandard

    NonavailabilityofStandardswhichmeetsfunctionalrequirements

    ThroughaDesignatedBody,GoItoadoptthemostappropriateoption,inthefollowingorderofpreference,asanInterimStandard.

    SpecificationsasperprovenOpensourcereferenceimplementation

    Specificationsasperpublishedproprietaryextensionsorsubsets

    DevelopmentofanewstandardbyGoIidentifiedagency

    Exceptionhandling>1standardExceptionhandling>1standard

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    ExceptionsforSelectingOneorMoreAdditionalOpenStandardinanArea

    GoIshallendeavortoadoptSingleandRoyaltyFree(RF)OpenStandardforanArea

    Forcertainpragmaticreasons andinthewiderNationalinterest,additionalstandard(s)inthesamedomainmaybeconsidered.

    Ensure compatibilityandbidirectionalinteroperabilitywiththealreadyexistingselectedStandard.

    GoI'sPrioritisationofInteroperabilityGoI'sPrioritisationofInteroperability

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    Areas

    for

    Technical

    StandardsAreas

    for

    Technical

    StandardsGoIhasprioritisedvariousInteroperabilityAreasunderthefollowingDomains:

    Presentation

    DataIntegration

    DataInterchange

    Network&InformationAccess

    Examples

    TechnologyStandardsonInteroperabilityTechnologyStandardsonInteroperability

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    Interoperability Area SpecificationDocument type for Hypertext Web

    Content

    HTML 4.01

    XHTML 1.0

    Document file type for content

    publishing

    PDF

    Style Sheets CSS2

    Extensible Style Sheets XSL v1.0

    Document Type for Editable

    documents (with formatting)

    ODF , Open XML

    Graphics Raster (Lossy

    Compression)

    JPEG/JPEG2000

    Graphics Raster (Lossless

    Compression)

    PNG

    Moving Image MPEG-1 / 2 *

    Animation GIF *

    Character Set and Encoding for

    Web Content

    UTF-8

    Documents storage/archival

    (editable & Non-editable

    documents)

    PDF/A *

    Compressed files GZIP, BZIP2

    Relational Database Access SQL

    Interoperability

    Area

    Specification

    Web services

    description

    language

    WSDL 1.1 2.0

    Web servicerequest delivery

    SOAP 1.2

    Web service

    request registry

    UDDI 3.0.1

    Interoperabil ity Area Specif icat ion

    Data Schema Definition XML Schema

    Data Transformation for

    Presentation

    XSL 1.0 6

    XSL 1.1

    Data Transformation for

    conversion from XML

    schema format to another

    format

    XSLT 2.0

    E-Forms

    Separate Category

    XFORMS with

    XHTML, XML.

    TechnologyStandardsonInteroperabilityTechnologyStandardsonInteroperability

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    Interoperability Area SpecificationSecure Electronic Mail S/MIME v3 *

    Hypertext Transfer Protocol

    over Secure Socket Layer,

    or HTTP over SSL

    HTTPS

    Security Architecture for

    Internet Protocol

    IPSec

    Secure Socket Layer SSL *

    Symmetric Encryption

    Algorithms

    AES *

    Digital Signature Algorithms DSA

    RSA *

    Secure Hash Algorithm SHA-2 family *

    Message-Digest Algorithm SHA-256 *

    Password-Based

    Cryptography Standard

    PKCS#5 *

    Cryptographic MessageSyntax Standard

    PKCS#7 *

    Addit ional Sub-domains

    XML Signature for XML

    Message signing

    XML Signature

    XML Encryption for XML

    Message encryption

    XML Encryption

    Interoperability Area Specification

    Business Process

    Execution Language

    for Web Services

    BPELWS 1.1

    XML Process

    Definition Language

    XPDL 1.0 *

    Interoperability Area Specification

    Internet Protocol IP V4 / IP v6

    Wireless LAN IEEE802.11b/g *

    Routing Information OSPF and BGP 4

    Video conferencing

    over IP

    ITU H.261 and H.263

    *

    TripuraVisionCenterTripuraVisionCenter

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    67

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    OUTCOMEPARAMETERSOUTCOMEPARAMETERS

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    Transparency

    Accountability

    Corruption

    free

    IMPACTASSESSMENTIMPACTASSESSMENT

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    NumberoftripstoGovernmentofficessignificantly

    reduced

    by

    1

    2

    trips

    Waitingtimeatofficesreducedintherange2040%

    LandRecordsProject Significantreductioninbribery

    DirectcostsavingstothecitizensintherangeRs.60

    110/ (pertransaction)