MMPs

A Mission Mode Project (MMP) is an individual project within the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) that focuses on one aspect of electronic governance, such as banking, land records or commercial taxes etc.

Within NeGP, “Mission Mode” implies that projects have clearly defined objectives, scopes, and implementation timelines and milestones, as well as measurable outcomes and service levels.

The NeGP comprises 44 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs), which are further classified as Central, State and Integrated Projects.

The 44 Mission Mode Projects are categorized and divided – 13 Central MMPs, 17 State MMPs and 14 Integrated MMPs. MMPs are owned and spearheaded by various Line Ministries. State Governments are responsible for implementing State MMPs, under the overall guidance of respective Line Ministries in cases where Central Assistance is also required. The Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) acts as the facilitator and catalyst for the implementation of NeGP and provides technical assistance to various Ministries/Departments and State Governments.

Components of Mission Mode Projects: The following are the components of MMPs –

  1. Capacity Building Scheme – The scheme envisions
    • Establishment of Institutional Framework for State Level Strategic decision- making including setting-up of State e-Governance Mission Team (SeMT).
    • Imparting of specialized training, orientation program for SeMTs and decision makers.
    • Setting up of a central Capacity Building Management Cell for coordination and implementation of the scheme.
  2. Awareness and Communication – The main objectives of the scheme are the following:
    • Build NeGP as an umbrella brand
    • Create awareness about e-Governance services and service delivery points
    • Build ownership/ stake of implementers in NeGP
  3. Impact and Outcomes – Besides assessment of projects, DeitY also undertakes e-Readiness Assessment of States and Union Territories.
  4. Standards and Policies – Standards in e-Governance are a high priority activity, which will help ensure sharing of information and seamless interoperability of data across e-Governance applications.


Central MMPs (13)

State MMPs (17)

Integrated MMPs (14)