Karnataka government has said it would sign an agreement worth Rs 615.82 crore with IT major Wipro to interface government workplaces from the Gram Panchayat level in the State.
It would be executed under the Karnataka State Wide Area Network (KSWAN) extend I and II.
“KSWAN, that at first started in 2009, has finished in 2014. Presently the bureau has given the approval for KSWAN-I and KSWAN-II. For this, we will sign a five-year contract with Wipro. Rs 615.82 crore offer has been acknowledged,” Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister T B Jayachandra said.
Addressing correspondents after the bureau meeting here, he said Rs 185.60 crore would need to be paid to BSNL for data transfer capacity for a long time.
KSWAN was at first set-up in December 2009 under Center for e-Governance with help of the Union Government to give solid and most secure system availability and data transfer capacity upgradation on-request to client offices crosswise over Karnataka.
The system imagines setting up most dependable blame free video, voice and information correspondence administrations to all Government workplaces crosswise over Karnataka.
Expressing that the venture is to interconnect all administration workplaces from gram panchayat level,Jayachandra said “We are meaning to associate up to 10,000 workplaces from 4,000.”
The bureau additionally consented to assemble the following session of the state governing body in June, he said.
“We should endorse GST which will happen from July 1. By then we should do it, so it will be most likely in the June first week. Additionally our vote on record is just for three months,” he said. Among alternate choices taken by the bureau were giving assent on the common flying approach that was looked for by Civil Aviation Ministry, from the state.