ICT Infrastructure in Government Sector

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22Umang Narula
Chief Electoral Officer, Jammu & Kashmir

Unlike other states, in J&K we use electoral rolls, which are mostly in Urdu language, but we also have areas where the rolls are in Hindi. Of course, the general feature is also to have the rolls in English. So actually we have to prepare the rolls in three languages and while the numbers in J&K may not be so large we do have to manage a electoral data base of about 68 lacs citizens

23Renu Budhiraja
Sr Director and Head of SDC,
Department of Electronics and Information Technology,

Government of IndiaIn order to improve the scope of the State Data Centres, we have already issued the Cloud RFP. We are currently enabling all the State Data Centres, as they are going to be part of this cloud vision. This step can also lead to some sort of consolidation happening in the data centre space

24Satpal Gulati
Additional Director – Systems,
Department of Income Tax,
Government of India

To address the challenges, the department has initiated the process of computerisation of its core functions. The initiatives are focusing on providing e-enabled M2M services and opening up multiple channels of communication via website, call centre, SMS, etc

Anubhav Tyagi

Senior Solution Specialist – India & 

SAARC, Safenet

We are at the tipping point in the IT landscape, consumerisation of IT is happening in a big way and there is shift from traditional model to the electronic service delivery model. We are moving towards cloud and more cloud based applications are coming up, but this is leading to the rise of a complex array of new threats



Vibha Agarwal

VP – e-Governance,
CA Technologies

Much of the revenues of CA Technologies comes from the government sector. In India, our solutions are running in SWAN S, in the data centers in the power sector, and in the CC TNS project


Sanjay Jaju

Secretary IT,
Government of Andhra Pradesh

The State Data Centres, the State Wide Area Networks, and the Common Service Centres are the essential pre-requisite of IT infrastructure. There is wide difference in the IT infrastructure that has come up in South India and that is in North India. The most prominent difference is due to the fact that the Southern states started building their IT infrastructure very early. For instance, we started the State Wide Area Network project in Andhra Pradesh in the year 2000.


28Yudhvir Malik
Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary,
electronics & Information Technology,
Government of Haryana

Three important of pillars of IT infrastructure are the Data Centre, Connectivity systems, and the CSCs. Of these the CSCs are the most important as they serve as an important interface between the government departments and the citizens. At first some of the CSCs were finding it difficult to survive, but that will change in times to come as we are now engaged in developing a viable business model for the CSCs


Jiwesh Nandan

Principal Secretary, Information Technology & electronics,
Government of Uttar Pradesh
Human resource is a major challenge that our government faces when it comes to creation and management of IT infrastructure. Uttar Pradesh faces major constraint of IT professionals in government departments and PSEs
Balaji Rao

Director-Sales, VMware

There is a lot of promise that cloud brings in, especially in context of the government sector. Now we are witnessing considerable rise in demand for e-Governance services, and hence we need to use the cloud based model for service delivery, but this model should have good security system built into it.

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