India's digital crossroads

stronger program management may be what's needed to execute a suite of ambitious nationwide IT projects

Digital India is an ambitious INR1.13 trillion endeavor to deliver high-speed Internet nationwide; achieve universal digital literacy and make many public services, data and documents available online. However, with fewer than half (42 percent) of Indians supporting the program and unclear private-sector involvement, stronger program management will be needed to shape the overall course of the program.
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