Government Bodies and Authorities
Technological progress is essential for economic growth and development. The more advanced the technology available, the more quickly the local and global economy can improve. Technology’s role in economic development is further broken down. The role of government becomes prominent when adopting any type of technology.
Technology has a huge effect on the ability of businesses and governments to access natural resources and use them in the most effective ways possible to benefit both the business and the economy. Digital transformation becomes critical for India’s growth and the technology leaders across industries believe that digital transformation will act as a catalyst for India Inc’s dream of a $5 trillion economy.
Technology, as always, is the key driver of innovation and is at the heart of enabling business to evolve and maintain a commercial advantage. The rise of technologies, such as cloud, mobile and social, have had a significant impact on the way companies operate with a clear focus on improved business outcomes. The various sectors of the industry are represented by the Government bodies that are responsible for the development of standards (International and Indian) of the industry.
Information technology is the single most important element in the success and growth of international trade and job market growth, allowing businesses to share information and conduct trade in less time than the blink of an eye. Digital technologies and trends are redefining our world every day.
Secondly, Digital transformation (DX or DT) leverages technologies to create value and new services for various stakeholders (customers in the broadest possible sense), innovate and acquire the capabilities to become future-ready, agile, and resilient in an increasingly digital economy.
COVID-19 forced organizations around the globe to speed up digital business transformation initiatives to drive their response to the crisis. Now, the c-suite is focused on prioritizing investments in the right initiatives that will fuel future growth.
Digital transformation is not just about disruption or technology. It’s about value, people, optimization and the capability to rapidly adapt when such is needed through intelligent use of technologies and information.
Digital transformation puts people and strategy before technology. Let’s look into these organizations that have pioneered to achieve the target being set by the Government.
BUREAU OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Shri Abhay Bakre
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
Shri. Pramod Kumar Tiwari
BHARAT BROADBAND NETWORK LIMITED
CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED COMPUTING (C-DAC)
CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TELEMATICS (C-DOT)
CELLULAR OPERATORS’ ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (COAI)
CSC E-GOVERNANCE SERVICES INDIA LIMITED
CONTROLLER OF CERTIFYING AUTHORITIES (CCA)
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS (DOT)
Shri. Anshu Prakash
Digital India Corporation (DIC)
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH NETWORK (ERNET)
FEDERATION OF INDIAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (FICCI)
GOVERNMENT E-MARKET PLACE (GEM)
INTERNET AND MOBILE ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
NTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA
ISA-INTERNATIONAL SOLAR ALLIANCE
MINISTRY OF ELECTRONICS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (MEITY)
MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOFTWARE AND SERVICE COMPANIES (NASSCOM)
NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE (NIC)
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (NIELIT)
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SMART GOVERNMENT (NISG)
NATIONAL INTERNET EXCHANGE OF INDIA
NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTER SERVICES INC. (NICSI)
NATIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NSDA)
NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY CENTRE (NCSC)
POWER GRID CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED (PGCIL)
RAILTEL CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED (RAILTEL)
SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARKS OF INDIA (STPI)
STANDARDISATION TESTING AND QUALITY CERTIFICATION (STQC)
TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING CENTRE
TELECOM REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF INDIA (TRAI)
TELECOM DISPUTES SETTLEMENT AND APPELLATE TRIBUNAL
THE ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF INDIA
TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANTS INDIA LIMITED (TCIL)
UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION AUTHORITY OF INDIA (UIDAI)
WIRELESS PLANNING AND COORDINATION WING
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JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Jharkhand Agency for Promotion of Information Technology (JAP-IT)
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