Karnataka (India) Govt. plans to expand eGov initiative
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Karnataka (India) Govt. plans to expand eGov initiative

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The Karnataka (India) government is planning to open 20 more BangaloreOne outlets in the city and also planning to expand its reach to five other cities of the state.

After the success of BangaloreOne, Karnataka e-Governance has decided to expand the reach of outlet. BangaloreOne is the integrated citizens service project of the government of Karnataka, engaged in providing the delivery of a variety of services to the citizens for and on behalf of various government departments, utilities and other agencies through public-private partnership through a 24/7 one-stop shop concept. The state government is planning to open the centre to five other cities, including Hubli-Dharwad, Mysore, Belgaum and Gulbarga in the next few months. In Hubli-Dharwad the centres will be known as HDOne or Hubli-DharwadOne and similarly in other cities the name of a particular city will be added to the name.

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