Mumbai based IT Company, Vakrangee Software, has bagged a contract from the government of Rajasthan to set up common service centres (CSCs) in the state. The company has been involved in many e-Governance projects and is also into document and printing management.
The project of setting up CSCs in Rajasthan is expected to yield revenues of approximately Rs. 750 crore of which Rs 180 crore will be from government to consumer e-commerce services and Rs 570 crore from business to consumer services.
Under the scope of the work, Vakrangee Software shall design, deploy and operate the CSCs along with portal, hardware and networking to deliver all e-Governance services effectively to the citizens of Rajasthan state. The project duration is 5 years.
The project, awarded by the department of IT and telecommuncation in the Rajasthan government, is one of the mission mode projects under the National e-governance Plan. Under the terms of contract, Vakrangee will set up 2571 CSCs and operate them in 14 districts in Rajasthan.
The scope of work also includes setting up a portal to deliver e-governance services. The duration of the contract is five years, the Vakrangee Software has said in a media statement.
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