ICT Projects

  1. G2C Project

    The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB) has taken continuous efforts to reform the public service delivery to the citizens, as a significant component towards achieving Good Governance. A major reform is the Public Service Delivery (PSD) Initiative, an endeavour to simplify and improve the public service delivery by harnessing the potential of Information Communication Technology (ICT) medium.

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  2. National Broadband Master Plan Implementation Project

    The NBMPP is a GoI funded project to establish fiber optic backbone network throughout the country. DITT under MoIC is the executing agency and BPC is the implementing agency. The existing power grid network of BPC has been capitalized for stringing the fibers. Optical Ground Wire (OPGW) fibers are strung on the transmission towers connecting the Dzongkhags and All Di-electric Self Supporting (ADSS) fibers are strung on the distribution poles to connect the Gewogs. The ADSS component of the project is being carried out in tandem with the Rural Electrification Project of BPC. The total Project Budget is Nu. 654 Million.

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  3. Thimphu WAN (TWAN)

    The Thimphu WAN (TWAN) project, including the rectification works have been completed as of August 2008. The rectification phase of the project laid fiber optic connections to some more organizations which were not featured in the first phased. Today, about seventy five organizations have been operationally joined to the network.

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  4. National Digital Library

    The Bhutan Digital Library will assist in the co-ordination of these efforts, and enable Bhutanese individuals and communities it represent thier traditions and perspective domestically and internationally.

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  5. PAN Localization Phase II

    PAN Localization: A regional initiative to develop local language computing capacity in Asia in partnership with National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences(NUCES),Pakistan.

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  6. Private Sector Development Project

    The objective of the project is to increase productive employment in Bhutan through promotion of enterprise development in the Information and Technology (IT)/ IT Enabled Services sector, enhanced IT skills, and improved access to finance.

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  7. Localization of E-Governance Project

    Localization of E-Governance has two part i.e E-Platform and Forestry and Dzongkhag-Geog E-Services

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  8. E-Governance Projects

    E-Governance Project is based on MoU between DIT and NICSI(National Informatics Centre Service Incorporated).

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  9. Multi Purpose Tele-center

    The Internet was introduced into Bhutan in 1999 coinciding with the Silver Jubilee Celebration of His Majesty's 25 years of glorious reign in the country, truly ushering Bhutan into the Information Age. With it Bhutan joined the multitude of nations aspiring to harness the power of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to achieve further progress.

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  10. Dzongkhag Local Area Network

    Bhutan has twenty administrative units called dzongkhags or districts, each headed by a dzongda or a district administrator. The dzongkhag administration is composed of the ministry and department line offices.

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