G2G and G2E Projects  

G2G services take place at two levels: at the local or domestic level and at the international level. G2G services are transactions between the central-state government, state-local governments, and between department-level and attached agencies and bureaus. G2E services are specialized services that cover only government employees, such as online services of payrolls, tax information, the provision of human resource training and development that improve the bureaucracy's day-to-day functions and dealings with citizens.  Both projects also enable significant reduction in administrative costs by empowering employees and citizens to manage their own transactions. These projects help Governments to bring about a Citizen-Centric focus by maximizing the benefits offered by self-service.

Cooperative Banking in Place (COIN) pdf 127.44 kb
COIN (Co-operative Banking In-Place) ? The first ICT based solution by the Government for Total Branch Automation (TBA) making effective economic reforms in Co-operative Bank and its branches thereby enhancing the reach of the bank to the Rural Mass
Keywords : Bihar, Saurabh Gupta, cooperative banking in place, COIN, TBA(Total Branch Automation) , NABARD, Agriculture society, G2G
Posted : 1st May, 2009
Revenue Administration through Computerized Energy billing-Bihar pdf 99.29 kb
By Introducing, Revenue Administration through Computerized Energy (RACE) billing, the manual system has been completely stopped and every activity relating to billing data is automated.
Keywords : Revenue Administration, RACE, Bihar, BSEB, SN Behera, Saurabh Gupta, Patna, PESU, G2C
Posted : 1st May, 2009
Election Confidential (ELECON)- Bihar pdf 144.29 kb
ELECON 1.0 was the outcome of the vision of the then District Magistrate-cum-Returning Officer, Nalanda (Sri N.K.Sinha, IAS) in 1989 General Elections, to deploy ICT as a tool in the election process to eliminate the drawbacks of the manual process
Keywords : Saurabh Gupta, S N Behera, RK Sahoo, Bihar, election confidential, ELECON, NIC, polls, G2G
Posted : 1st May, 2009