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March 13th, 2018
Digital data hub to fast track e-governance in Tamil Nadu

CHENNAI: Taking a giant leap in e-governance, State government is creating a centralised digital maps repository, which will provide all the departments access to GIS spatial layers that will come in handy while taking key policy decisions and also during disasters.Reliable sources told Express that Tamil Nadu e-Governance Agency (TNeGA) has been nominated as a nodal agency for the implementation of GIS for the entire State and accordingly the Tamil Nadu Geographic Information System (TNGIS), a project conceived in 2014, will be the central repository of all digital maps. Read More at New Indian Express