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With 11 central services the 24x7 single-window portal will clear multiple business & investment licenses in a single shot -

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) launched the eBiz G2B (Government to Business) portal (www.ebiz.gov.in) on 19/2/2015 with eleven central government services. The integrated payment gateway is the first in the country to collect fees through debit/credit card for multiple government services in a totally automated manner. This will serve as a universal gateway for all e-Governance applications.

eBiz will enable entrepreneurs to submit one integrated application for several licenses and make a consolidated electronic payment for them. Further, this will lead to reduction in numerous procedures and trim down cost & time in getting approval for starting & operating a business.

Moreover, these services are a major step in government’s aim to improve India's ranking on 'Ease of doing business' index. The June 2014 report of World Bank ranked India at 142 among the 189 countries, falling two places short of 2013 ranking. The latest effort aims to boost India into the top 50 countries.

Earlier the user availed these services through the portal of respective ministry/department or by physical submission of forms. But with the integration of these services on eBiz portal, the entrepreneur can now utilize these services in a single go.

Through the G2B portal, an entrepreneur can fill the e-Forms online/offline, upload the attachments, make payment online and submit the forms for processing of the respective departments. Further, they will be given a copy of challan with the facility of SMS alerts. In a single shot, the platform transforms governments department-centric approach to a customer-centric one.

The Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said “eBiz platform will provide end-to-end online submission and processing of forms including online payment. This marks the highest level of maturity in web-based e-Governance applications as it strives to achieve horizontal integration across various verticals of Central government, State governments and parastatal agencies.”

Based on PPP (Public Private Partnership) model, Infosys is the consulting partner in the project for a period of 10 years. The first three years will be part of pilot phase while the remaining seven would be used for expansion. In the pilot phase, 50 (26 Central & 24 State) services are being implemented across ten pilot states such as Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Uttar Pradesh etc. Additionally, more than 200 services for investors and businesses will be rolled-out in the next phase.


Autor(en)/Author(s): Sanjay Kumar

Quelle/Source: iGovernment, 23.02.2015

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