Delhi is the capital city of India and is regarded as the heart of the nation. The city is popular for its enriched cultural heritage. Cultural diversity, historical monuments coupled with most modern infrastructure, political, commercial, education, research and innovation make it a unique place in the world map. NIC Delhi State is digitally supporting the efforts of Delhi Govt. in managing the state.
Delhi State Centre (NIC-DLSC) was started in 1989. NIC Delhi State Centre has spearheaded “Informatics-Led-Development” by implementing ICT applications in social and public administration and facilitates electronic delivery of services to the government (G2G), business (G2B), citizen (G2C) and government employee (G2E), thus facilitating improvement in government services, wider transparency, resulting in better efficiency and accountability to the people of state.
NIC Delhi State unit has implemented State-wide network of District Centers. At present, NIC District Centers are operational at 11 Revenue Districts. Apart from Delhi Secretariat, NIC-DLSC has established Video Conferencing Centers at various important locations such as Vikas Bhawan, Delhi Secretariat, State Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha), Divisional Commissioner, Transport Commissioner and other offices of Delhi State.
The e-Governance efforts of NIC Delhi State Center in association with state IT departments include:
- Infrastructure Support & Network Services.
- Video conferencing services.
- Development and Implementation of State Level e-Governance Projects.
- Implementation of the National Level e-Governance Projects/Products.
- Redressal of the citizens grievance through e-governance projects.
- Consultancy to the Government departments.
- Capacity Building.
Some of the major projects operational include: E-District (Delhi online)
e-PDS, DORIS, DLRC, DDoPS, e-SLA,OARS, PGMS, LG-LP, e-Procurement, IFMS Delhi, Delhi SGST Reconciliation System, Delhi GST Mobile App, RTI Online system, e-Litigation, e-Counseling System, e-Forest , e- Payment Portal