Northeastern Council (NEC) in collaboration with National Informatics Centre (NIC) organized a Workshop on Enterprise Architecture for the Northeastern States today in Meghalaya. Meghalaya CM Conrad K Sangma at the inauguration shared that government has envisaged a roadmap to enhance the delivery mechanism, where services for the benefit of the people are addressed through different means, including the adoption of technology.
Underlining the importance of e-governance and satellite-based technology to assess flood and other natural calamities, he urged experts to design a response system to tackle the challenge of such situations.
The Meghalaya government holds review meetings with Deputy Commissioners of all districts in the State every second Tuesday of the month where measures for effective implementation of schemes and programmes are discussed. The tech-savvy CM also elaborated on the importance of IT in governance and result-oriented IT enabled services for the welfare of the people.
The objective of the workshop was to chart out a long-term vision for India as a ‘digital enterprise’. The workshop focused on digital transformation initiatives as a move towards ‘one citizen–one government’ vision.