Hon'ble Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu inaugurates Real Time Governance State Center
Andhra Pradesh has always been at the forefront of implementing e-Governance across sectors. Our focus is to make Andhra Pradesh the best state by 2029 in terms of the quality and number of e-services in India. The Andhra Pradesh Government is determined to incorporate Information & Communication Technologies (ICT), not only as effective instruments to foster economic development, but more importantly to improve governance and ensure that the benefits of ICT should reach out to the citizens of the state.
The pilot project of ‘real-time governance’ in the medical and health wing was launched at the public health centre at Penumuru in Chittoor district on 26th November, 2017. Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu interacted with the district medical and health officials through a video-link and formally inaugurated the web application as well.
The CM’s Core Dashboard provides an integrated interface to monitor category-wise key performance indicators of various departments/schemes on a real-time basis. Through integrated ICT solutions, the state government can ensure better delivery of government programs and improved transparency of governance. Over the past few years, the government has implemented and strengthened many robust and innovative initiatives across integrated citizen services, agriculture, natural resource management, social sector, health, revenue, energy, industry, urban development, amongst many others.
Andhra Pradesh is also committed to providing gigabit connectivity to all rural villages and deliver affordable broadband to every household by 2018. With e-Pragati, Andhra Pradesh has become the first state in India to conceive and execute state-wide enterprise architecture and bring all government services under one roof. With the focus of Union government on Digital India, the chief minister believes that many of AP’s initiatives can be referred to, as a best practice model for emulation to benefit the common man across India.