Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is planning to move in e-Governance sector of India by using its MCA 21.
TCS is expecting to capture a sizeable amount of the $6 billion e-Government initiatives by the Central government in the next five years. The company is planning to focus on India's e-Governance project by using MCA21. The MCA21 allows firms to make their filings with the ministry of company affairs (MCA) through the Internet. Recently TCS has submitted an expression of interest (EoI) for a project to the Centre to IT enable the environment and forest departments. Gujrat Government has invited the company to implement a INR120-crore project, while Andhra Pradesh Government is spending INT50-crore to implement the project. Andhra Pradesh, State Government will offer 164 services through a portal. Soon Bihar and Madhya Pradesh Government are also introducing same projects on portals in their state. TCS is also working on INR 5-crore, three-year project of the UK's Department for International Development (DFiD) to design end-to-end system. A system on value added tax (VAT) has also been implemented in 11 states, including Gujarat, Rajasthan, the North Eastern states and Bihar.