Port Blair : The 21st Consultative meet on e-Governance,aimed at spreading the message of the National E-governance Plan (NeGP), concluded here on Saturday.
The consultative meet is part of the 50 workshops being organised in all states and Union Territories to amplify the mission and message of National E Governance plan — Public Services Closer Home, an official said.
The project is a key component of the Central government’s ‘inclusive growth’ strategy, which was approved by the Central cabinet 2006, he said.
It aims to deliver public services to the common man in his locality to make them both accessible and affordable.
With many states in various stages of rolling out public services on the e-Governance platform, the NeGP Apex Committee decided to create awareness about NeGP initiatives among stakeholders, discuss challenges in delivery of services,identify state-specific issues and understand emerging technologies through workshops and consultative meets.
The string of workshops will cover all state capitals, UTs and some important cities, he said.
Key stakeholders of the NeGP, drawn from Central and State Governments, e-Governance consultants, technology partners and implementing agencies participated in th day-long meet.
During the day-long workshop, the Andaman and Nicobar Government showcased e-Governance solutions implemented under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP).
The workshop was organised by Department of Electronics and Information Technology and A&N Administration in partnership with NASSCOM.