Delegates numbering between 800 and 1,000 from various States and the Central Government, and top executives from IT companies will attend the 20th national conference on e-Governance (NCeG) being held here from January 9 to 10.
The conference, with the theme ‘Digital transformation’ assumes importance mainly after demonetization and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s thrust on creation of digitally-empowered society.
The conference, one of the prestigious events after the International Fleet Review, India International Seafood Show, CII Partnership Summit, and third BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India & South Africa) Urban Forum Meet hosted in the city in 2016, is being organised jointly by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Department of Electronics & IT, Government of India and AP Government.
Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu, Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and a host of Central and State Ministers and senior bureaucrats will attend.
The NCeG will discuss cyber security policy for future, technology-led monetary transactions leading to financial inclusion, digital economy through last mile connectivity.
Based on recommendations, various departments will be asked to ensure use of digital technologies on government2government (G2G), G2Business (G2B) and employees (G2E) so as to ensure better delivery system to the people.
AP Electronics and IT Agency (APEITA) CEO Srinivasa Moorthy expressed that with the aim to achieve knowledge economy, conferences like this will play a key role for digital transformation.
By Baishakhi Dutta