C-DAC e-Governance and m-Governance

C-DAC has been instrumental in supporting the (National e-Governance Plan) NeGP's vision by working on multiple levels. We have been successful in designing and developing the messaging middleware(s) that are core components of eGovernance infrastructure. At central level, successful deployment of National eGovernance Service Delivery Gateway (NSDG) has resulted into replication at the state level Service Delivery Gateways (SSDGs) creating a constellation of messaging gateway exchange. The current architecture of e-Gov Exchange (i.e., the constellation of NSDG, NSD and SSDGs) complements the MSDP. It provides seamless integration with backend departments through the existing eGov Exchange infrastructure.

A number of software solutions were developed and deployed at user organisations over the last many years. These include

  • National e-Governance Service Delivery Gateway
  • State e-Governance Service Delivery Gateway
  • Mobile Services Delivery Gateway
  • Fulcrum, eForms Designer and Engine
  • SSDG - Integrated Services Implementations in States
  • e-Pramaan, a National e-Authentication System
  • Electronic Project Proposal System (e-PPS) for MeitY and ICMR
  • Electronic MSIPS Application System (e-MSIPS) for ESDM Standards
  • eRA (e-Governance Application Integration with Reconfigurable Architecture) defines a reconfigurable middleware with support for workflow and rule-based service configurations for evolving e-Governance systems
  • Revival facilitates a disaster recovery solution with zero recovery point objective (RPO) and negligible recovery time objective (RTO) for service delivery gateways

C-DAC has developed and deployed various e-Governance applications such as

  • Solutions for Department of Stamps and Registrations - Sarita, (Maharashtra), Kaveri (Karnataka) and Gauri (Goa)
  • Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (OMMAS) for Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India
  • Fund and Accounts Management System for National Literacy Mission Authority, Government of India
  • Framework for Public Infrastructure - Works and Accounts Management Information System (WAMIS) implemented in Odisha, Maharashtra, Tripura, Goa and Meghalaya
  • Human Resource Management System - implemented in Public Works Department (Maharashtra, Goa, Meghalaya, Tripura and Naval Dockyard (Mumbai and Visakhapatnam)
  • Customs Valuation System (CVS) - a decision making analysis tool to assist customs officers in valuing price of a commodity. It is implemented in Kenya, Ethiopia and India

C-DAC in m-Governance area, is developing various applications for effective governance. Recognising the fast and deep penetration of mobile devices in the Indian geography, a mobile service delivery gateway commonly known as "Mobile Seva" is also implemented by C-DAC. Mobile Seva has been a transforming force in the field of Electronic and Mobile based Governence. A Mobile PKI suite is being developed to integrate with Mobile Seva for Signing and Authentication.