improved decision-making processes, as well as promoting transparency and
accountability of the government’s course of action. Various legal and policy
frameworks have been developed to expedite the adoption of e-Governance in
Bangladesh. Other than the legal and policy frameworks, successfully e-supports
the connectivity between all government agencies with a centralized data
management system, which can support data processing, sharing and coordination.The infrastructure must also provide adequate security features to protect the integrity of government data from various vulnerabilities.
The Government of Bangladesh is also getting substantial foreign cooperation in terms of financial assistance and technical collaboration for realization of e-Governance at a national scale.In the background of increasing demand for the improvement of government’s efficiency and transparency, a Feasibility Study Report was prepared in the name of the Project “National Intra-Network Project for Bangladesh Government Phase-II (Info-Sarker)”
This project is an extension of the BanglaGovNet project being implemented by BCC through Korean EXIM Bank Credit. Where all the Ministries/Divisions major Departments, 64 Deputy Commissioner’s offices and 64 Upazilla will be connected under a ICT Backbone Network. This network will be administered and managed through the establishment of NICTC (National ICT Centre) at BCC; 64 DICTC (District ICT Centre) at DC offices out of which there will be 7 DHQ. 64 UICTC (Upazilla ICT Centre) at UNO offices.
The Phase II of the project pursues major improvements in Bangladesh government’s efficiency, transparency, effectiveness, and quality of services through expansion of the network and other facilities established in Phase I BanglaGovNet project. The project will be promoted under the Preferential Concessional Loan from the government of The People’s Republic of China.