New Rs.74mn IT body to deliver govt. services

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The Cabinet of Ministers has authorized supplementary funding amounting to approximately Rs 74 million (Seventy Four), to enable a subsidiary owned by ICTA to maintain and operate the Lanka Government Network (LGN), beyond August 2011.
 
The LGN was initially established under a Korean Government funded program through a managed services contract implemented by Samsung Networks Inc. The objective was to establish a government wide network with basic IT infrastructure under the e-Sri Lanka Development Project, through which Government services could be provided by electronic means to ensure greater efficiency in the delivery of Government services. 
 
The first phase connected 325 Government locations (including several Provincial Councils, District Secretariats and Divisional Secretariats) across the country and the second phase connected additional 150 locations, with additional focus in underserved areas.
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