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  • India: Gujarat: State’s e-governance project wins five awards

    Centre had received 262 entries from different states for these awards

    The Gujarat government’s e-governance project has won laurels for it by winning five national awards in 2008-09. The Union government had received 262 entries from different states for these awards.

  • India: Haryana rated as Aspiring Leader in e-Governance

    Chandigarh, Oct 5: Haryana has been rated as an Aspiring Leader in e-Governance Readiness Index of the country for year 2005-06 and winner of first prize for TELECOMM India Excellence Award 2007.

    Haryana Chief Secretary Promilla Issar today said the Haryana was one of the front-runner states in implementing State Wide Area Network and Common Service Centres (e-DISHA) projects.

  • India: Himachal Pradesh declared second best state in e-governance

    Himachal Pradesh is the first state to launch state-wide area network in the entire country and a network operation centre has been set up to provide unified placement of data for the entire state at one place..

    Himachal Pradesh has been declared as the second best state in the country in e-governance. Speaker of Lok Sabha Somnath Chatterjee will give away the award during the 10th International Summit and Expo Power - 2008 to be held on November 8, in Mumbai. An assessment in this regard has been done by India Tech Foundation, Mumbai, on application of information technology (IT) and its use in government institutions.

  • India: Himachal Pradesh to get award for e-Governance

    B.K. Aggarwal, Secretary, Information and Technology announced that Himachal Pradesh has been declared as second best state in the country in e-Governance. An assessment done by India Tech Foundation, Mumbai on application of Information Technology and its use in Government institutions has recognized the state while the award would be presented by Som Nath Chatterjee, the Speaker of Lok Sabha during the 10th International Summit and Expo Power 2008 to be held on 8th November next in Mumbai.

  • India: Jharkhand nominated for best e-governed state award

    Marching ahead in its campaign for introduction of e-governance to improve efficiency, transparency and responsiveness in administrative system, Jharkhand has been nominated for best e-governed state award given by the Computer Society of India.

    The other nominated members vying for the award are Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka and New Delhi.

  • India: Karnataka: State IT projects bag awards

    Two e-governance projects from Karnataka have crowned themselves with glory by winning the coveted annual National Awards for e-Governance.

    The Centre’s National e-Governance Plan has instituted these awards to recognise, foster and promote excellence in implementation of e-Governance initiatives, and is presented by Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances. The awards are given in seven category under which Gold, Silver & Bronze icons are presented.

  • India: Kerala Tourism Development Corporation website wins State Tourism Award

    Adding yet another feather to its cap, the official website of Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) Hotels & Resorts (www.ktdc.com) has won the Kerala State Tourism Award for most innovative use of Information Technology in the field of Tourism for the year 2009-10. The awards were given away by the Tourism Minister Shri Kodiyeri Balakrishnan at a function today.

    Talking to Kerala IT News, Cherian Philip, Chairman, KTDC said, “As the official host to God’s own country, this website is a great asset for us. We have realised that online booking is our greatest weapon for tourism promotion. The award is recognition of our efforts to adopt the latest technology to boost our business.”

  • India: Madhya Pradesh bags South Asia’s E-governance Manthan Awards

    Madhya Pradesh has won South Asia’s prestigious E-governance Manthan Award - 2009 for effective public service deliveries through innovative IT applications.

    According to an official Press release the Manthan Award for E-Governance has been instituted by the Digital Empowerment Foundation, New Delhi.

    Union Minister of state for IT Sachin Pilot presented the awards at New Delhi the other day.

  • India: Madhya Pradesh Forest Department to get e-Governance Award

    The Forest Finance Management System Software prepared by the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has been selected for the C.S.I. Nihilent e-Governance Award 2009-2010.

    According to an official Press release the Computer Society of India, (C.S.I.), Coordinator Piyush Gupta informed the department about the award by e-mail.

    The MP forest department, in cooperation with the N.I.C. had developed the software on forest finance management system. GOS and GPS system was used while developing the software.

  • India: Madhya Pradesh to get national e-governance award

    The Madhya Pradesh Government will be given National e-governance award for its excellent implementation of e-governance. This award will be given at the 12th National Conference on e-Governance to be held at Goa on February 12 and 13.

    According to the information received by the MPPOST names of winners of 7 categories of the National Award for e-Governance have been announced. The forest department would get silver medal for using of technology in management of information regarding forest fire. The East Area Vidyut Vitran Company would get silver medal for use of information communiction technology in automated metering scheme.

  • India: National Awards for E-Governance 2007-08 includes agriculture as a focus sector

    The ambit of the National Awards for E-Governance has been expanded with the introduction of two new award categories from this year. In addition to the six categories in which awards were presented last year, this year (2007-08), it has been decided to award exemplary work in a ‘focus sector’ which shall be selected every year. Agriculture has been selected as the focus sector for 2007-08. The other category introduced this year is for a ‘Special Award’ for significant work done in areas not specifically covered by other categories, taking the total award categories from six to eight. These awards are presented every year by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DAR&PG) jointly with the Department of Information Technology, Government of India, seeking to recognize and promote excellence in implementation of E-governance initiatives.

  • India: Official portal Gujarat CM Narendra Modi got the prestigious eGov 2.0 award

    The official portal of Hon'ble CM Narendra Modi (www.narendramodi.in) got the prestigious eGov 2.0 award for the ‘Most innovative use of social Media'. There were more than 400 entries for this prestigious award, The other two recipients in this category were Ministry of External Affairs' Public Diplomacy Division and Delhi Traffic Police. The awards were conferred at the gala event held at New Delhi on 28th October, Thursday evening.

    It's a matter of pride for Gujarat that its State Portal (www.gujaratindia.com) too won an award in the same event for the ‘Most user friendly portal'.

  • India: State bags 3 awards in e-governance

    Adding another feather to its cap, the state has bagged three awards in the National Awards for e-Governance 2009-10 of the Union Government.

    The awards were constituted by the Centre’s Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances in association with the Department of Information Technology for recognising and promoting excellence in implementation of egovernance initiatives. The State Government’s IT projects - Sulekha, Higher Secondary Centralised Allotment Processing and Sevenahelped the state win the most prestigious awards of the Indian Government for e-Governance initiatives.

  • India: Tamil Nadu govt bags best government website award

    The official website of the Government of Tamil Nadu on Thursday bagged the best government website award in the National Awards for e-Governance.

    The national awards for e-governance for 2007-08 were announced by the Central Government. Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology A Raja will give away the awards during the 11th National Conference on e-Governance to be held at Panchkula, Haryana on February 7-8.

  • India’s best cities Awards: Gujarat bags five awards

    Gujarat bags five awards, Vadodara ranked overall best emerging city

    Gandhinagar, Surat and Rajkot also awarded in different categories

    Gujarat has been adjudged with five prestigious “India Today- Best City Awards-2013” in different categories at a function held here. While Vadodara bagged the award for overall best emerging city, Gandhinagar and Surat ranked best cities in category of Crime & Safety, Rajkot for Housing & Transport and Vadodara again for Public Services. All the five awards were received by Shri I.P. Gautam, Principal Secretary (Urban Development) of Gujarat Government from Union Minister for Urban Development Shri Kamal Nath here.

  • Information Technology Authority Oman sets stage for HM’s IT award contest

    Preparations are on by the Information Technology Authority (ITA) to open the registration process for the Sultan Qaboos Award for Excellence in eGovernment 2014. Registrations are scheduled to begin in July and will continue until the end of September, 2014.

    To explain the details of the fourth edition of this award, the ITA held a workshop on Tuesday. About 120 participants represented around 45 governments, private institutions, and SMEs at the workshop.

  • Intelligent Community Forum Announces Smart21 Communities of 2011

    A snapshot of communities where innovation and entrepreneurial activities are centered around healthcare IT

    The Intelligent Community Forum (www.intelligentcommunity.org) announced today its highly anticipated list of the Smart21 Communities of 2011.  The announcement was made by ICF Co-founder Louis Zacharilla at an event hosted by Suwon, South Korea, ICF’s 2010 Intelligent Community of the Year.

    A complete list of the Smart21 of 2011 with brief profiles of each community may be found on the Smart21 page under Awards.

  • InternetDorf 2003: Gemeinde Straubenhardt geehrt

    Die Gemeinde Straubenhardt im baden-württembergischen Enzkreis ist das "InternetDorf 2003". Der Minister für ländlichen Raum, Willi Stächele (CDU), verlieh den Preis seines Ministeriums für die komfortabel und vorbildlich gestaltete Website der Gemeinde.
  • Ireland: 20,000 hits at day at Revenue website

    This year's overall winner of the Irish eGovernment Awards 2005 is the Land Registry Office.

    The LRO completes 3,300 business transactions per day online.

    The vast bulk of the Land Registry's business has moved online leading to 769,000-paid transactions last year. Since the online service was launched a total of more than 2 million paid transactions have been carried out.

  • Ireland: Bord Gais crowned e-government champion

    Bord Gais and Cork City Council were the two big winners at the 2008 Irish eGovernment awards, which were held on Thursday night.

    At a ceremony in Dublin's Four Seasons Hotel, Bord Gais picked up two awards as it claimed the title of overall winner and the award for Best Commercial State Body for its website bordgaisenergysupply.ie. The website, which allows users to pay their bills online and submit meter readings online, was described by the judges as being in most cases "superior to almost any other transactional website. It is intuitive, fully functional and of great benefit to both the organisation and to its customers. It is a credit to those who led the project."

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