The state cabinet of Bihar, India, adopted e-Governance as a state policy to cover the entire state and district administrations for better and transparent flow of information from the government level down to the block administration.
Of the shortlisted consultancy firms, Tata Consultancy Service, Beltron and Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (ILFS) would enter into a tripartite joint venture to constitute a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) for a four-pronged objective. The estimated cost of the project is over Rs 38 crore. The main objectives of the SPV would be to prepare software and strategy to introduce e-Governance, raise funds for the development and spread of e-Governance, develop information technology infrastructure and do capacity-building work for downstream implementation of schemes, so that a total IT transformation of the state can be achieved.
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