The Government of India has approved 28 projects for the development of the core e-Governance under the “State Wide Area Network” (SWAN). SWAN aims to establish a minimum Two Mbps capacity linking the State Headquarters to the Block headquarters all over the country.
In March 2005, the government had approved projects for all 35 states and union territories with an estimated outlay of INR 33.34 billion, out of which an estimated INR 20.05 billion would be met as Grant-in-Aid by the Department of Information Technology. The SWAN is aimed to create a secure Government network for the purpose of delivering G2G and G2C services.
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