The need for good governance for India’s development is widely accepted. The challenge before the Indian government is to look at ways to improve governance. One of the ways to achieve the same is through the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) or e-Governance, a signiﬁcant enabler for the endeavor. India’s National e- Governance Plan (NeGP) has paved the way for a systematic, wide scale implementation of e-Governance across the country. However, considering the larger perspective that thousands of departments all over the country are still delivering public services manually in a largely inefﬁcient manner, e-Governance in India is still at a nascent stage and implementation of e-Governance strategies in a time bound and efﬁ cacious manner is essential to public interest. (Source: KPMG)
The NeGP of the Government of India focuses on the creation of the fundamental infrastructure required for e-Governance. It takes a holistic view of various e-Governance initiatives being undertaken across the country and integrates them into a collective vision of making “all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets and ensuring efﬁciency, transparency & reliability of such services at affordable costs to realise the basic needs of the common man” (source: www.mit.gov.in)
Malloc have established global practice on Government IT and Project Management Advisory that focuses on working with the governments on matters of Strategic formulation and improvement, Design, Implementation and programme management of speciﬁc initiatives across Infrastructure, Healthcare, Rural and Urban development, Education, Security and Citizen Centric Service Centers to name a few. In India, we focus on e-Governance advisory across central and state governments, key government departments and public bodies working towards better governance.
We have developed core competencies in the government sector and have professionals speciﬁcally focused on developing tailored services and solutions to address the needs of the government. Malloc after having created a niche for itself in the country has successfully expanded its footprint overseas. Leveraging on the expertise developed through extensive work done with the Indian government, we are partnering with international governments advising them on matters pertaining to Policy and Strategy.
Our e-Governance practice has carried out projects across the country. We are working closely with many government entities at the centre and state levels on strategic projects to help deliver the beneﬁts of e-Governance.
Malloc’s methodology for executing e-Governance projects is founded on achieving the largest beneﬁts in the quickest time. It is repeatable and yet customizable to the needs and context of every client enabling the realization of beneﬁts on a continuing basis. This is achieved through both the transfer of skills and knowledge and also through the use of tools that are proven and reﬁned during our engagement.
Our approach is risk managed and therefore the pursuit of ﬁnancial beneﬁts is balanced with robust control over the project and service delivery. The availability of a large pool of tools and templates developed through the experience gained over multi-farious engagements helps us manage the engagements effectively, enables standaridized output and ensures quality deliverables.
Orissa Urban CSC
NISG - as-is study, Operational Model, Business Model and Services identified for the CSCs, Application Architecture, Solution Architecture, Network Architecture and Deployment Architecture.
Nationwide implementation of IT-based agriculture extension system with IIIT, Hyderabad – Use case Analysis with Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Technology Architecture
Integrated Land Information System – Development of POC with Graphical reports in MS.Net
Targeted Public Distribution System: Targeted Public Distribution System for central and 4 Pilot States AP, Assam, Chhattisgarh and Delhi. Project Management Consultant, delivered DPR, Functional and Technical Specifications, Bid Process Management, Legal and Contractual Specifications for Central and Model State
People Education Development Organization, Rajasthan: Software audit for web application and mobile applications.
Excise Supply Chain Information Management System
End to End project management and Principal Consultant. As Is Study, To Be Process, DPR, Costing, Client Relationship, RFP (3 Volumes), Bid Process Management, Bid Evaluation, Capacity Building and Client – Vendor Support.
DJB Route Optimization for Water Tankers, data collection, solution design for Delhi Jal Board DJB - CMS: SCADA with Central Monitoring System, End to End Project Management for Delhi Jal Board DJB –IMS: Integrated Security Management System, End to End Project Management for Delhi Jal Board
Commercial Taxes Department, Government of Puducherry
Technology Roadmap, Technical Architecture, Bill of Materials and Governance Structure for Commercial Taxes Department, Government of Puducherry.
South Western Railways, Bangalore
60 LCD CCTV setup, installation, commission, operation & maintenance including Public Announcement console for South Western Railways - Bangalore
Meghalaya Basin Development Authority
Business Process Reengineering for Integrated Basin Development and Livelihood Program for Meghalaya Basin Development Authority: Completed successfully Project Management Consulting for IBDLP, Meghalaya.
Orissa State Health
Project Management Consulting for Complete Project Management Consulting for Orissa State Health Systems Project
Chattisgarh Mandi Board PMU
1 year contract with Mandi Board, Chhattisgarh during the rollout of Mandi Management Information System
Geological Survey of India
Training Institute Learning Management System Development and Implementation
Tamil Nadu State Health Systems
Training Institute Learning Management System Development and Implementation.
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