To be the partner of choice in transforming governance, to enrich the lives of citizens.
Architect e-governance and offer smart solutions.
Assist governments proactively to leverage emerging technologies.
Build a learning organization that attracts exceptional people.
Integrity • Transparency • Citizen-centricity • Professional Excellence • Sustainability
The main idea behind setting up NISG was the revolution in information and communication technologies (ICT) which necessitates the government to keep up with the changing environment and revolutionized the way the government interacts with citizens and business entities. In order to transform government departments and agencies from a department-centric mode of working to a citizen-centric way, the National e-Governance Programme (NeGP) was conceived with the vision of "Making all government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency, transparency, and reliability of such services at affordable costs to realize the basic needs of the common man".
Therefore, NISG was envisaged as an advisory and consulting body that offers the orientation and efficiency of the private sector combined with the accountability of the public sector which would aid and guide the public sector in planning and implementing e-solutions to improve service delivery mechanisms and efficiency of the public departments.
Genesis of NISG
The Department of Information Technology (DIT) and the Department of Administrative Reforms (DAR&PG), Government of India jointly pursued the setting up of the NISG in line with recommendation #97 of the National Task force on Information Technology and Software Development.
In line with that decision, NISG was registered under the Company Act as a Section 25 not-for-profit company in May 2002 with its headquarters at Hyderabad by a High-Powered Committee (HPC), headed by the Cabinet Secretary and attended by several eminent members such as Additional Secretary to the Prime Minister and the Director (PMO), the Additional Secretary of DAR&PG.
Shareholding Structure of NISG
Structured on a public-private partnership (PPP) model, 49% of NISG’s equity is held by the central government and various state governments, and 51% is held by institutional investors. This structure has been intended to foster the efficiency and flexibility of the private sector combined with the accountability of the public sector.
As of March 2020, the shareholders in the company are listed below. For a complete list of Board of Directors and NISG's leadership team, visit our Team page.
Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
Government of Andhra Pradesh, Department of Information Technology
Government of Chhattisgarh, Department of Infotech and Biotech Promotion Society
Government of Meghalaya, Department of Information Technology
Greater Municipal Corporation Vishakhapatnam
National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM)
Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Limited