eSociety

eSociety

The e-Society programme was implemented under eSri Lanka programme to promote the innovative use of ICT to meet the social and economic needs of the most vulnerable communities in Sri Lanka; to develop approaches to scale up successful applications; and to empower civil society with affordable access to information, communication, and relevant local content.

These projects were initiated through a funding mechanism which includes three types of grant programmes – the Community Assistance Programme (CAP), Partnership Assistance Programme (PAP) and the Replication Assistance Programme.

The Vision

Contemporary Sri Lanka whose national economy is significantly contributed to by the rural communities – in other words “taking the economy to the people”

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have had a significant impact on the lives of people – bringing them closer together, making differences less important and amplifying economic activity and growth. However, rural Sri Lanka, where nearly 70% of the population lives, is yet to profit from these developments. The overall goal of the e-Society Programme is to promote the innovative use of ICT to meet the social and economic needs of the most vulnerable communities in Sri Lanka; to develop approaches to scale up successful applications; and to empower civil society with affordable access to information, communication, and relevant local content.

 

Strategies

To use knowledge and information to move the centre of gravity of power, influence and opportunity, back to the rural masses, the following strategies are outlined:

  • Raise awareness within society about the uses and benefits of ICT through a strategic communications campaign.
  • Develop multi-stakeholder partnerships in ICT4D. These partnerships will network ICTA to other organizations and institutions that are engaged in promoting an e-Society.
  • Establish a fund that will adopt a bottom up approach to solicit and develop innovative solutions using ICT to benefit rural poor, women, displaced persons.
  • Introduce and mainstream ICT in rural communities to provide increased opportunities for economic growth and an improved quality of life.
  • Enhance the capacity of stakeholders by developing & delivering appropriate training programmes.

 

Project Outputs

  • ICT services to meet priority needs for a specific community
  • Local content, local languages and local radio programmes
  • Training opportunities for women and youth
  • Social entrepreneurship opportunities for local communities
  • A communication platform for cultural dialogue
  • Utilizing community capacity to implement projects and meet local needs

Project Outcomes

  • Increased awareness among disadvantaged groups on how ICT can benefit lives
  • Increased participation at the grassroots level in developing villages and rural localities
  • Development of partnerships between communities, civil society, public and private sectors.
  • Increased economic opportunity and equity through wide use of ICT in agriculture, health, education
  • Empowerment of women and youth

In Essence

To facilitate access to ICT amongst the most vulnerable groups in Sri Lanka and to ensure that the benefits of ICT flow to these groups the ICTA has implemented over 200 projects across the country.

These projects were initiated through a funding mechanism which includes three types of grant programmes – the Community Assistance Programme (CAP), Partnership Assistance Programme (PAP) and the Replication Assistance Programme.

  • e-Society Development Initiative
  • e-Village
  • Local Conten
  • Raise awareness within society about the uses and benefits of ICT through a strategic communications campaign.
  • Develop multi-stakeholder partnerships in ICT4D. These partnerships will network ICTA to other organizations and institutions that are engaged in promoting an e-Society.
  • Establish a fund that will adopt a bottom up approach to solicit and develop innovative solutions using ICT to benefit rural poor, women, displaced persons.
  • Introduce and mainstream ICT in rural communities to provide increased opportunities for economic growth and an improved quality of life.
  • Enhance the capacity of stakeholders by developing & delivering appropriate training programmes.
  • Community Assistance Programme – CAP ( for communities ) – 143 seeds grants awarded, Sustainability is 35%
  • Partnership Assistance Programme – PAP ( for organizations ) – 35 grants awarded, Partnered with Govt, NGO, Private Sector, over 70% Sustainable and Replicable
  • Replication Assistance Programme – RAP – 44 grants awarded

Public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi

Community access to computer and Internet technology is an essential resource, connecting people to the information and skills required in the modern digital world. By increasing the availability of affordable high-speed Internet access throughout the country, it has the competency to promote economic development and social inclusion. This project aims to accelerate the government’s efforts in enhancing Internet accessibility for Sri Lankan citizens to accelerate economic, social and educational opportunities.
With this vision, the Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) initiated the roll out the ‘Public Wi-Fi’ project under the 100-day program of the Government. The program is being spearheaded by the ICTA along with the support of the internet service providers in Sri Lanka including Sri Lanka Telecom, Dialog, Mobitel, Lankacom, Lanka Bell and Etisalat. The main objective of this program is to allow Sri Lankan citizens to be able to freely access to the internet for a variety of purposes. It is anticipated that access to online information will allow the citizen to pursue goals in education, employment, entrepreneurship, health, governance, etc. The main beneficiaries of this initiative are rural community including unemployed, youth, women and marginalized communities to access the Internet for their day to day information search with an affordable cost.
Public Wi-Fi services play a significant role in individual, group, or a community through access to information and other related services once used effectively and recognizing their potential. Moreover public access to internet help users to be well informed on various issues prevailing in and outside their society, through various informational services. For instance, farmers who use public Wi-Fi can obtain information on agricultural services from the web and able to increase their agricultural productivity through investing in better methods of production and fertilizers. Apart from agriculture, rural people engage in small-scale business activities can use the internet to find more market opportunities. Developing agriculture and business activities can contribute to improving the living conditions in rural areas. Easy access to information and communication services has given agriculture and businesses significantly improved access to markets for agricultural produce and other business products. The Public Wi-Fi project therefore has the potential to assists farmers and business community by providing them with modern technology, as new markets are established for internet base selling of their products and services.
Public Wi-Fi project also plays a role in relation to communication as social media networks are very popular mode of communication in todays’ world. It is evident communication enabled via social networks maintained by families, friends and also customers through the internet.

 

In Essence

Implementation of an effective promotions, education and awareness creation activities for adaption of Digital devices and technologies by the Citizens.

  • Operate in Cloud Infrastructure
  • Open Standard Architecture
  • Responsive Design
  • Secure Software Development
  • 1,176Active Locations
  • 306,000+ Registered Users
  • 6 Telecom Operators and Lanka Government Network 2.0
  • 36,500+ GB Usage
  • 100 MB per user/month

Current Status
In the first phase of this project, 1000 public locations across the country will be provided with the Wi-Fi service now operational throughout all districts. Inaugurated by the Hon. Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe on March 30, 2015 at the Colombo Fort Railway station. On this day a total of 26 free Wi-Fi zones have been established and Kandy, Polonnaruwa, Matara, Jaffna, Galle, Peradeniya, Katunayake, Ratnapura, Dehiwala, were among the first cities to get the public Wi-Fi service which was promised by the present government before the presidential election. Currently there are more than 300,000 users registered for this service. With this project, main public locations such as all state universities, railway stations, bus stands, hospitals, public parks, libraries, museums and certain government offices were upgraded with the public Wi-Fi Facility.

More frequent usage is reported from Colombo, Gampaha, Badulla, Kandy, Kurunegala, Galle and Anuradhapura districts. Following map depicts all the Wi-Fi locations implemented island wide and Further details are available at the Public Wi-Fi website.

Map of the public Wi-Fi Locations

In order to make this service a more easy to use, user –friendly experience, ICTA has engineered a common registration and authentication platform that provides a common Wi-fi User management solution. By using this common platform, regardless of the network used, a citizen can have an account registered and start using Wi-Fi service. Once logged into the portal, it requires to fill user details including the National Identity Card number (NIC). Upon confirmation of the NIC and the mobile number registrant can start using the Wi-Fi service around the country irrespective of the service provider. The advantages of this platform includes:

  1. Easy access to the Public Wi-fi service
  2. Maintain your device
  3. Synchronized social media
  4. Submit feedback, complains and issues
  5. Personal profile manager
  6. Check remaining data balance
  7. Summarize last login details

The Government Call Centre (GIC), 1919, has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the Public Wi-Fi services by general public and assist them to use the system. Further details on the project available at the web link: http://publicwifi.lk/ .

Success

 

Public Wi-Fi systems have a promising future in a country where data usage is growing rapidly. During year 2016, the internet penetration in Sri Lanka shows a remarkable growth of mobile broadband connections and an exceptional growth of fixed the internet connection demand and the country is making a digital hub with the growth of e-commerce industry in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan’s general lifestyle has changed with the internet penetration growth within last few years. The projects such as Public Wi-Fi will have significant impact on leveraging the internet usage in the country and one of the major aspects that have enriched and enhanced in Sri Lankans’ lifestyle is the easy accessibility to the internet via smartphones and other technological devices. It plays an integral part in our day to day life by facilitating us with information search and use of social media networks for communication. As the use of internet penetration continue to improve the services such as mobile banking, online utility bill payments, and online shopping.

However, it is important to note that Sri Lanka’s average internet usage is increasing gradually with regards to the previous decade. According to the recent internet usage statistics the number of active internet users in Sri Lanka is more than 5 Million. The reasons behind the growth of the internet penetration Sri Lanka are smartphone usage, the popularity of social media channels, the growth of e-commerce, the growth of academic systems, the growth of digital marketing efforts, online jobs, and the industrial and commercial factors.

Way Forward

As the project progress is ensured, ICTA is looking forward for achieving the 1000 public Wi-Fi locations by the end of year 2017. Once fully deployed, the project will serve over 10 million concurrent users in its initial 12 months and shall scale up to 15 million and more users. ICTA will further promote public Wi-fi locations countrywide offering internet services and connecting citizens seamlessly to Government online services. The concept of managed services shall be leveraged all throughout the project, not only ensure rapid rollout, a responsive service, allow economies, and other aggregation derived benefits, but also to create commercial opportunities for private sector participants that would redound to greater economic benefit through expanded services for all. For instance, ICTA will introduce additional technological services such as location based advertising campaign while improving the public Wi-fi service.

e-Swabhimani – The National Best e-Content Award

e-Swabhimani – The National Best e-Content Award

The purpose of this project is to demonstrate the creativity and diversity of locally developed content and to find digital solutions that have a strong impact on the society

Objectives

  • To promote and popularize the development of relevant e-Content and application as per the local requirement.
  • To recognize and incentivize the best e-Content and application creators, introduce them to the world market.

In Essence

Partners

Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure

A wide range of content are developed that would serve the needs of society.

e-Heritage Programme – Cutting-edge Digital Heritage Information

e-Heritage Project

 

Background

Heritage tourism has emerged as one of the most successful types of modern tourism. However, at present, the access to information on cultural heritage is limited and scattered. The accuracy and consistency of available information are also of concern.

Therefore, the ICTA initiated the ‘e-Heritage Project’ to introduce cutting-edge technology for the storage and dissemination of information on the cultural heritage of Sri Lanka.

It is a three-year (2016-2018) project, implemented in close collaboration with the Ministry of Education and other national stakeholders. The ICTA will obtain the support of service providers and experts in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology and tourism promotion during the course of implementation. Sustainability will be ensured through the collaboration with stakeholders to enhance benefits to tourists, students, academia and the society.

Objectives

The project’s aim is to improve tourists’ access to information, tourists’ knowledge on and satisfaction at heritage sites through a comprehensive digital heritage framework with view to raise Sri Lanka’s image as a ‘heritage destination’.

In Essence

Partners

  • Ministry of Education
  • Department of Archeology
  • Central Cultural Fund
  • Sri Lanka National Commission for UNESCO
  • Department of National Museums

The enhanced knowledge on cultural heritage sites and the satisfaction contribute to increase in the overall tourist (local and overseas) to Heritage sites, which directly impact positively on revenue from cultural Heritage sites.

Digital Health Project

Digital Health Project

 

Background

The Digital Health programme of ICTA aims to create a ‘Digital Health Echo System’ in the country by introducing electronic health records and supportive information systems into the Government healthcare service whist creating an enabling environment for private sector, healthcare professionals, academia and all other stakeholders to engage effectively in implementing digital health across the country by end of December 2018.

Project Goal

To improve quality, safety, efficiency and patient centeredness in the service delivery of Sri Lankan state health sector using information and Communication Technology.

Project Purpose

The purpose of this project is to improve quality and efficiency in health care services provided by the government hospitals in Sri Lanka by implementing electronic medical record and supportive information systems in 300 government hospitals covering the National Hospital, Teaching Hospitals, Provincial and District General Hospitals, Base Hospitals and selected divisional hospitals throughout the country by end of December 2018.

Objectives

1.    To increase the Electronic Medical Records coverage of the selected hospitals up to 80% from the total patients who access the health services
2.    To ensure availability of updated, accurate information for patient care and planning of health services.
3.    To improve quality and efficiency in service delivery, governance, accountability and effective use of resources of the government hospitals.
4.    To improve the capacity of health authorities to detect emerging and re-emerging diseases and take necessary preventive actions.

In Essence

Partners

Ministry of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine
Provincial Departments of Health Services
  • To increase the Electronic Medical Records coverage of the country up to 60% from the total patients who access the government health services.
  • To ensure availability of updated, accurate information for interested parties including policy makers, medical administrators, doctors and patients.
  • To improve governance, accountability and effective use of resources of the government hospitals.
  • To Improve interoperability of EHR by supporting national level frameworks
  • To improve the capacity of health authorities to detect emerging and endemic health problems and take immediate measurements to control such problems.

Implement Electronic Health Records Systems in 300 government hospitals
Electronic medical records for 60% of Sri Lankan population

10 hospitals completed
47 to be completed by 2018
300 government hospitals will have Electronic Medical Records

Our Approach

Project Steering Committee
Chairperson – DGHS, Co-Chairperson – CEO or Representative of ICTA
Members : Ministry of Health – DDG (Planning), Director (HI), 9 Provincial Directors
ICTA: Director – Projects, Programme Manager, Project Manager (Digital Health)

Provincial Project Steering Committee
Chairperson and Co-Chairperson – PDHS and a Senior Medical Administrator (Where Necessary)
Members: Representatives of ICTA, Regional Directors of Health Services, Directors/MSs of selected Hospitals

e-Hospital Steering Committee
Chairperson – Director/MS of the Hsopital
Members: Representatives of ICTA, PDHS/RDHS Office,  Representatives of all layers of the hospital including administrators, medical officers, nurses, pharmacists, MLTs, minor staff, etc.

300 Government Hospitals

Hospital Health Information Management System (HHIMS) is a collaborative effort of the ICTA and the Ministry of Health implemented by the Digital Health project. It is a comprehensive, integrated information management system designed to manage health records/ information of hospitals. HHIMS also provides information on progressive health records of patients for informed decision making. ICTA possess the expertise, experience, materials including software in par with the international standards to implement the HHMIS in Sri Lanka.The system developed on FOSS platform is now have implemented in many Base and District hospitals such as follows.

  • Base Hospital Dambadeniya
  • Base Hospital Awissawella
  • Base Hospital Panadura
  • Base Hospital Mahaoya
  • District Hospital Dompe
  • District General Hospital Ampara
  • Base Hospital Horana
  • Base Hospital Homagama

Other Initiatives

Web based Document Management System for National Medicines Regulatory Authority (NMRA)
Computerization of National Blood Transfusion Service Sri Lanka (NBTS)
Inventory Management System for Department of Bio Medical Engineering Ministry of Health , Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine

01

Currently the employees of NMRA and NMQAL are facing huge difficulties when performing their duties as they have to manage a huge amount of paper based files and forms.Most of their working spaces have invaded by the mountains of files which make the working environment very complicated and stressful. Hence the management of NMRA has come up with an idea to get rid of this messy environment by moving to a possible computer based solution.As a result they have invited ICTA, the national consultancy agency for implementing IT based solutions within government organizations in Sri Lanka to team up with them to implement a proper web based solution.

Having accepted the invitation, ICTA conducted a process study at NMRA to identify their complex and interdependent functionalities and possible process reengineering opportunities as the first step.

Proposed web based Document Management System for National Medicines Regulatory (NMRA) is intended to manage the document processing related to issuing certificates for drugs, device and borderline products and activities of its sub division named, NMQAL. ICTA will assist them for future engagements in developing and implementing this system through their expertise of project management.

02

National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) is a special campaign under the Ministry of Healthcare, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine. It has a unique role providing timely supply of quality assured blood and blood components and related laboratory, clinical, academic and research services for the entire government sector hospitals and for the majority of the private sector hospital in the country.

In order to manage Island wide operations efficiently and effectively, an information system was developed for NBTS, which act as a Management Information System (MIS) based on the primary information. It consists of several components such as Centre Management, User Management, Basic HRM, Donor Registration, Donation Management, Mobile Donation, Campaign Management, Receiving Counter Management, Request Counter Management, Issuing Counter Management, Blood & Blood Component Stock management, Inventory Management and Laboratories.

The system also facilitates decision making through a Decision Support System (DSS) providing a few dash boards enabling accurate planning and forecasting.

The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka is currently working in close collaboration with the National Blood Transfusion Service as the technical adviser to accomplish the Phase I of the National Blood Transfusion Service Information System (NBTSIS).

03

Being the center of procuring, distributing and maintaining the bio medical equipment and spare parts in Sri Lankan government hospitals, Bio Medical Engineering Department resides a huge responsibility with them. They are frequently troubled with keeping updated records on the locations of medical equipment and their spare parts in the current manual process. With the help of ICTA, Department of Bio Medical Engineering was able to figure out a solution addressing this issue. ICTA has done a comprehensive business analysis to understand the current situation and provided them with a better solution through introducing an efficient and effective inventory management system.

Contact Us

Project Management Unit- Digital Health Project
460/A,
New Building,
Ministry of Healthcare,
Nutrition and Indigenous medicine,
T.B. Jayah Mawatha,
colombo 10.
T.P.: 011-2678099
Fax: 011-2678099

Lanka Government Cloud 2.0

Lanka Government Cloud 2.0

When the current technology enhancements and trends are considered, it is essential to implement a fully-fledged cloud environment which is capable of facilitating the emerging needs. Furthermore, ICTA is planning for new initiatives such as big data analytics, digital documentation and mGov application which need a fully-fledged cloud environment.

The version 1 of Lanka Government Cloud (LGC 1.0) was initially implemented with the objective of facilitating Lanka Gate and its components and enhanced later as a government cloud. Due to this, there are some limitations to enhance the LGC 1.0 further to cater to all government and emerging needs.

In view of the above facts, ICTA intends to implement an industry standard cloud environment to serve as the ‘Lanka Government Cloud 2.0’ (LGC 2.0) to provide efficient, cost effective, reliable and secure services. LGC 2.0 will cater to all government infrastructure requirements and it is expected that citizen engagement will be increased in numerous ways with proposed initiatives. While LGC 2.0 will be providing answers to the limitations and constraints of the initial version of the LGC (LGC 1.0), LGC 2.0 will create the platform to move forward with government cloud (G-Cloud) concept with great scalability.

Parallel to the Lanka Government Network 2.0 (LGN 2.0) which aims at connecting 3,500 government organizations during next three years, LGC 2.0 will be playing a vital role. Big data cluster will be a key component of LGC 2.0, where all government data belong to all categories will be stored. Big data analytics (or process of examining large data sets containing a variety of data types) which will be a major outcome of the big data cluster can be very effectively used for the economic growth of the country. Apart from this, open data platform will create a conducive environment in the country along with the government’s initiatives such as ‘Right-to-Information – RTI’ act.

In Essence

Industry standard government cloud – an Essential piece of infrastructure for ‘Digitization of Economy’.

Statistics

  • An OpenStack based enterprise cloud with
    DR/Geo-replication.
  • Implementation through managed service model
  • A hybrid cloud with various public cloud services.
  • Premier platform for building data-rich apps.
  • A big-data cluster as a component.
  • All of Government to be facilitated – no maintenance overheads, no upfront costs, for individual government organisations
  • Improved deliver of e-Gov solutions.
  • Cross government/ common services facilitated – Ex: Document Management System
  • Big-data cluster as National platform for data; will facilitate policy/decision through big-data analytics, open-data.
  • 1 Petabyte storage for big data cluster Other statistics are not yet available. However, planning to provide;
  • IaaS, SaaS facilities for all government needs
  • Virtual machine and Docker based (application container) services
  • Common and shared services for all government organizations

Lanka Government Cloud 1.0

Lanka Government Cloud 1.0

Cloud computing has emerged significantly and many businesses and governments worldwide entertain number of benefits by subscribing to the services offered by clouds. Under the ‘Lanka Gate’ project of the e-Sri Lanka initiative, the primary objective of this hardware infrastructure was to host a group of systems including Lanka Gate, Country Portal, Mobile Portal, associated e-Services and other re-engineering government solutions. This hardware infrastructure was designed in such a manner that it can be expanded to support not only the systems listed above, but also it can meet IT system requirements of the entire government organizations. Furthermore, this model could entertain hardware (server) requirements of any government organization which is willing to leverage on this infrastructure to add physical hardware resources to increase the scalability. Along with the ‘Government Community Cloud’ concept, this framework of hardware and network infrastructure is named as ‘Lanka Government Cloud (LGC)’.

LGC was implemented in 2011, and LGC is primarily designed for the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) delivery model which is the most common cloud delivery model. However, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) delivery models are also desirable for government for hosting some categories of application. ICTA has already deployed several applications under SaaS model.

LGC now runs more than 400 virtual servers for more than 50 applications including critical production systems such as Lanka Gate and its components, e-Services, e-Civil Registry, e-State Land Information Management System and e-Local Government. Government organizations have several benefits such as high availability, security, cost effectiveness, flexibility and easy implementation by leveraging on LGC. Therefore, the demand has been increased.

In Essence

Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) was implemented with the primary objective of providing reliable, secure and cost effective infrastructure services. LGC is a blade-server based hardware infrastructure with virtualization capabilities with high hardware level redundancy.

Government organizations can leverage on LGC rather than investing on servers and server rooms/data centers.

  • Provide reliable and secure infrastructure facilities for the Lanka Gate and its components.
  • Provide reliable, secure, cost-effective and flexible infrastructure facilities for e-Government applications.
  • Facilitate the government to adopt cloud technologies and thereby increase the success rate of e-Government applications.
  • More than 400 virtual servers
  • 50+ different applications
  • 20+ government organizations

Lanka Government Network Postal Office Connect (LGN P-Connect)

Lanka Government Network Postal Office Connect (LGN P-Connect)

To build highly available, secure and reliable government network to link all post offices to a single digital infrastructure.

The project will be implemented in 200 post offices in year 2016;

Outputs

  • Establish government network with 100Mbps last mile connectivity to each post office.
  • Establish wireless networks at each post office
  • Enable access to unlimited Hi-Speed secure Internet facility for postal offices (up to 10Gbps)
  • Enable access to Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) services from any post office
  • Offer better and cost effective communication platform to use with cloud based email facility, G2G IP based voice facility and video communication facility to entire postal network
  • To provide trusted and secure connectivity to other government organizations to exchange government data.

Outcomes

Achieve the connected government concept by connecting every government organization to a single data backbone to make public services citizen centric and perform cross organizational functionalities electronically. Ensure the accessibility to the LGN network from anywhere in the country via Wi-Fi technology.

In Essence

Lanka Government Network Postal Office Connect (LGN P-Connect) is the high-speed underlying information infrastructure which is:

  • highly available (works 99.99% of the time)
  • secure (free from virus and hacking, encrypted)
  • reliable (consistent performance)
  • To provide high speed Wide Area Network (100Mbps) connectivity to post offices to connect with LGN main backbone
  • To provide Wi-Fi facility to access LGN services and government services for employees and for citizens as well.
  • To establish a common digital infrastructure to postal network of Sri Lanka to share information and provide digital content and electronic services to general public

Connectivity and LGN P-Connect facilities will be provided to total of 4000 post offices by end of year 2017.

Lanka Government Network 2.0 (LGN 2.0)

Lanka Government Network 2.0 (LGN 2.0)

Aligned with the national policy of ‘Digitization of Economy’, of Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA), which functions under the Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure. ICTA is the apex government organization, mandated to take all necessary measures to implement the Government’s Policy and Action Plan in relation to ICT development across all sectors of the country.

“Lanka Government Network” (LGN) project in near future. LGN is a strategic project of Re-Engineering Government program launched by the ICTA. The government of Sri Lanka has recognized the need for a digital economy and has taken measures to digitalize the administration in order to successfully face future economic and social challenges.

Main objective of the LGN project is to build highly available, high speed, secure, reliable and centrally managed dedicated government network to link all government institutions to a single digital infrastructure. By successfully deploying the LGN project, ICTA aims at encouraging public sector employees to get better acquainted with Information and Communication Technology (ICT), assuring efficiency and smooth flow of information as well as improving standards of service in the public sector to be able to provide efficient citizen services.

Lanka Government Network version 2.0 (LGN 2.0) backbone will be connect all the government organizations of GOSL in a cost-effective and secure manner to provide centralized Internet, Email and video conferencing services, Enable access to Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) services from any government organization. Also, it’s provide number of government e-services and Provide trusted and secure connectivity to all government organizations to exchange government data and information.

As the first phase of the project LGN main VPN core and 860 government organization will be connect that Including 331 Divisional Secretariats, 25 District Secretariats, 50 Ministries, 87 Departments, 46 Hospitals, 321 Other Government organizations island wide.

The proposed LGN 2.0 initiative offers up to 100 Mbps last mile connectivity for all government location through fiber optic media. Also from this network ICTA intends to build their Local area network with providing Wi-Fi facilities with enabling cross government dedicated network in Sri Lanka.
The benefits of this project lies in a wide range as this project remove physical boundaries of the government institutions and offer effective and efficient government service to the public. Through this project, people in rural areas of the country will be able to access to government services even from rural areas of the country. Therefore it will open new business opportunities at the grass root level people due to availability of information and technology. Further it will reduce travelling costs and expenditure on obtaining government services due to the accessibility of government services in every part of the country. Added to that government will get the capacity to perform efficiently and effectively with the improved connectivity and availability of common digital platforms.

It is also expected to achieve significant cost reduction in government sector by avoiding paper based communication and documentation by moving in to digital communication and documentation by using the available government network. Ultimately it will positively contribute to the improve citizen satisfaction and employee satisfaction due to the efficient service delivery and improved job satisfaction as well.

From this network both government employees and citizens will be able to easily connect the network using any of their Wi-Fi enabled device. This has long proven to be a reliable and efficient method of connectivity. Further, both employees and citizens will be allow to access government services and internet using their Wi-Fi enabled device. However, all user group will be allow Wi-Fi with different user policies for the internet access.

Project Objectives

1.    To provide high speed Wide Area Network connectivity to 860 government locations  to connect with LGN main backbone
2.    To provide Wi-Fi facility to access government services for employees and for citizens as well.
3.    To establish a common digital infrastructure to government in order for share information and provide digital content and electronic services to general public
4.    To facilitate the government organizations and post office network to utilize this LGN network for effective and efficient service delivery
5.    To provide uninterrupted, reliable and fast Internet connectivity to the government organizations/buildings.
6.    To provide trusted and secure connectivity to other government organizations to exchange government data.

In Essence

Provide high speed Wide Area Network connectivity with Establish wireless networks at each government organizations to connect with LGN main backbone and Lanka government Cloud. Identified 860 locations island wide as the first phase of the LGN 2.0 to be covered by  December 2017.

  1. To provide high speed Wide Area Network connectivity to 860 government locations  to connect with LGN main backbone
  2. To provide Wi-Fi facility to access government services for employees and for citizens as well.
  3. To establish a common digital infrastructure to government in order for share information and provide digital content and electronic services to general public
  4. To facilitate the government organizations to utilize this LGN network for effective and efficient service delivery
  5. To provide uninterrupted, reliable and fast Internet connectivity to the government organizations/buildings.
  6. To provide trusted and secure connectivity to other government organizations to exchange government data.
  7. To secure interconnect end sites existing networks into LGN 2.0
  • Established government network with 2Mbps to 100Mbps last mile connectivity to each government organizations including post offices.
  • Established wireless networks at each government location.
  • Enabled access to unlimited Hi-Speed secure Internet facility for government organizations
  • Enabled access to Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) services from any government organization
  • Enabling of  integration with existing networks in GoSL with LGN in a secure manner
  • Offer a better and cost effective communication platform to use with cloud based email facility, G2G IP based voice facility and video communication facility
  • Offer relevant ICT training facilities to government officers through Capacity Building project

Connectivity and LGN 2.0 facilities provided to total of 3500 government organizations by end of year 2017.

Current status

  • 860 sites already selected.
  • Site survey has completed up to 95% .
  • LGN core UAT has Success fully completed
  • User Acceptance testing (UAT) is successfully started by ICTA team for 50 pilot  sites.
  • UAT completed total 120 sites
  • Project Steering Committee has already appointed.
  • Implementation of LGN 2.0 is ongoing

Project Outputs

1.    Established government network with up to 100Mbps last mile connectivity to each government organizations including post offices.
2.    Established wireless networks at each government location.
3.    Enabled access to unlimited Hi-Speed secure Internet facility for government organizations
4.    Enabled access to Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) services from any government organization
5.    Enabling of  integration with existing networks in GoSL with LGN in a secure manner
6.    Offer a better and cost effective communication platform to use with cloud based email facility, G2G IP based voice facility and video communication facility
7.    Offer relevant ICT training facilities to government officers through Capacity Building project

Project Outcomes

1.    Government employees are able to deliver e-government services through a super-fast data exchange backbone.
2.    Improved  access to e-government services by citizens at any time and from any place
3.    Citizens are able to access free internet facilities through LGN Wi-Fi access points.
4.    Improvements in doing business at the grass root level people due to availability of information and technology.
5.    Reduced travelling costs due to the accessibility of government services in every part of the country.
6.    Government can perform efficiently and effectively with the improved connectivity and availability of common digital platforms.

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7.    Significant cost reduction in government sector by avoiding paper based communication and documentation by moving into digital communication and documentation by using the available government network.
8.    Improved citizen satisfaction and employee satisfaction due to the efficient service delivery and improved job satisfaction.
9.    Improved communication between Government organizations through super-fast data exchange in order to offer integrated electronic services to citizens.
10.    Improved citizen engagement/participation with the Government by effectively using Wi-Fi facility offered in government organization.
11.    Reduced internet cost of  the government by effectively using secure internet access provided through LGN
12.    Reduced travel time and cost by effectively using   IP based voice and video communication provided through LGN as the trusted connectivity.
13.    Reduced administration cost for government organizations for managing their network.
14.    Increased efficiency of submitting documents by citizens to obtain government services via facilitating digital document delivery and cross government document digitization initiatives.
15.    Improved efficiency and effectiveness of all government beneficiary programs such as facilitating Samurdhi system
16.    Improved efficiency, authenticity and security of all online transactions and drive the country towards cashless society by facilitating National Payment Platform (NPP) and National Digital Identity (NDI)
17.    Improved efficiency of services delivered from local government authorities by facilitating E Local Government initiative.
18.    Improved satisfaction and efficiency of citizens and employees by facilitating eBMD, ePopReg, eDS, eSLIMS and National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) systems
19.    Reduced ICT infrastructure costs of the government by facilitating the access to Lanka Government Cloud (LGC) facility where government can host all systems rather than maintaining their own infrastructure.
20.    Improved literacy of ICT all staff of cross government organizations.

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Official Project Launch : Lanka Government Network 2.0

LGN 2.0 Project has officially launched on 7-11-2017 at BMICH

 

Project Kick-off : Lanka Government Network 2.0

ICTA and Sri Lanka Telecom officially sign the contract on 23rd Feb 2017 at Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure of Sri Lanka

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Proposed Sites for LGN 2.0 1 – Summary of 860 Sites
Presidential Secretariat 1
Prime Minister’s Office 2
Cabinet Office 1
Ministries / Ministry Divisions 52
State Ministries 2
Departments / Department Branches 76
District Secretariats 25
Divisional Secretariats 331
Statutory Bodies / Statutory Bodies Branches 46
Land and District Registry Offices 51
Prisons 29
Hospitals 48
Chief Secretariat Offices 9
Provincial DMT Offices 8
Provincial & Zonal Education Offices 100
Provincial CLG Offices & Local Authorities 45
Provincial & District Survey Offices 34
Total 860
SERIAL NO ORGANIZATION NAME
1 Ministry of Agriculture
2 Ministry of Buddha Sasana
3 Ministry of Development Strategies and International Trade
4 Ministry of Disaster Management
5 Ministry of Education
6 Ministry of Finance and Mass Media
7 Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
8 Ministry of Foreign Affairs
9 Ministry of Foreign Employment
10 Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine
11 Ministry of Higher Education and Highways
12 Ministry of Home Affairs
13 Ministry of Housing and Construction
14 Ministry of Industry and Commerce
15 Ministry of Internal Affairs,Wayamba Development and Cultural Affairs
16 Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resource Management
17 Ministry of Justice
18 Ministry of Labour and Trade Union Relations
19 Ministry of Lands and Parliamentary Reform
20 Ministry of Law & Order and Southern Development
21 Ministry of Provincial Councils and Local Government
22 Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment
23 Ministry of Megapolice and Western Development
24 Ministry of National Co-existence Dialogue and Official Languages
25 Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation
26 Ministry of National Policy and Economic Affairs
27 Mass Media Division – Ministry of Finance and Mass Media
28 Ministry of Petroleum Resources Development
29 Ministry of Plantation Industries
30 Ministry of Ports and Shipping
31 Ministry of Posts, Postal Services & Muslim Religious Affairs
32 Ministry of Power and Renewable Energy
33 Ministry of Primary Industries
34 Ministry of Prisons Reform, Resettlement, Rehabilitation and Hindu Religious Affairs
35 Ministry of Public Administration and Management
36 Ministry of Regional Development
37 Ministry of Rural Economic Affairs
38 Ministry of Skill Development and Vocational Training
39 Ministry of Social Empowerment, Welfare & Kandyan Heritage
40 Ministry of Special Assignments
41 Ministry of Sports
42 Ministry of Sustainable Development and Wild Life
43 Ministry of Science, Technology and Research
44 Ministry of Telecommunication & Digital Infrastructure
45 Ministry of Tourism Development and Christian Religious Affairs
46 Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation
47 Ministry of Upcountry New Villages,Estate Infrastructure & Community Development
48 Ministry of City Development & Water Supply
49 Ministry of Women and Childrens Affairs
50 Indigenous Medicine Division – Ministry of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine
51 Parliamentary Reform Division – Ministry of Land and Parliamentary Reform
52 State Ministry of Science,Technology and Research
53 State Ministry of University Education
54 Department of Agrarian Development
55 Department of Agriculture
56 Department of Animal Production & Health
57 Department of Archaeology
58 Department of Attorney General
59 Department of Auditor General
60 Department of Ayurveda
61 Department of Buddhist Affairs
62 Department of Buildings
63 Department of Census and Statistics
64 Department of Christian Religious Affairs
65 Department of Coast Conservation and Coastal Resource Management
66 Department of Commerece
67 Department of Community Based Corrections
68 Department of Co-operative Development
69 Department of Cultural Affairs
70 Department of Samurdhi Development
71 Department of Educational Publications
72 Department of Examinations
73 Department of Excise
74 Department of Export Agriculture
75 Department of Fisheries and Aquatic & Resources
76 Department of Food Commissioner
77 Department of Forests Conservation
78 Department of Government Analysts
79 Department of Government Information
80 Department of Hindu Religious and Cultural Affairs
81 Department of Immigration and Emigration
82 Department of Import and Export Control
83 Department of Inland Revenue
84 Department of Irrigation
85 Department of Labour
86 Department of Land Commissioner General
87 Department of Land Tittle Settlement
88 Department of Land Use Policy Planning
89 Department of Legal Draftsman
90 Department of Manpower and Employment
91 Department of Measurement Units,Standards and Services
92 Department of Meteorology
93 Department of Motor Traffic
94 Department of Muslim Religious and Cultural Affairs
95 Department of National Archives
96 Department of National Botanical Gardens
97 Department of National Museums
98 Department of National Zoological Gardens
99 Department of Official Languages
100 Department of Pensions
101 Department of Physical Planning
102 Department of Police
103 Department of Post
104 Department of Prison
105 Department of Probation & Child Care Services
106 Department of Project Management and Monitoring
107 Department of Public Trustee
108 Department of Railways
109 Department of Registrar Generals
110 Department of Registrar of Companies
111 Department of Registration of Persons
112 Department of Rubber Development
113 Department of Social Services
114 Department of Sports Development
115 Department of Survey Generals
116 Department of Technical Education and Training
117 Department of Textile Industry
118 Department of Valuation
119 Department of Wildlife conservation
120 Central Environment Authority
121 Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption
122 Election Commission of Sri Lanka
123 National Apprenticeship and Industrial Training Authority (NAITA)
124 National Intellectual Property Office of Sri Lanka
125 National Productivity Secretarat
126 Office of the Cabinet of Ministers
127 Parliament of Sri Lanka
128 Presidential Secretariat
129 Prime Ministers Office
130 Public Service Commission
131 Sri Lanka Customs
132 Sri Lanka Export Development Board
133 Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau
134 Sri Lanka Institute of Development Administration (SLIDA)
135 Sri Lanka Ports Authority
136 Tea Small Holdings Development Authority (TSHDA)
137 Urban Development Authority
138 Vocational Training Authority of SL (VTA)
139 Ampara District Secretariat
140 Anuradhapara District Secretariat
141 Badulla District Secretariat
142 Batticaloa District Secretariat
143 Colombo District Secretariat
144 Galle District Secretariat
145 Gampaha District Secretariat
146 Hambantota District Secretariat
147 Jaffna District Secretariat
148 Kalutara District Secretariat
149 Kandy District Secretariat
150 Kegalle District Secretariat
151 Kilinochchi District Secretariat
152 Kurunegala District Secretariat
153 Mannar District Secretariat
154 Matale District Secretariat
155 Matara District Secretariat
156 Monaragala District Secretariat
157 Mullaitivu District Secretariat
158 Nuwara-Eliya District Secretariat
159 Polonnaruwa District Secretariat
160 Puttalam District Secretariat
161 Ratnapura District Secretariat
162 Trincomalee District Secretariat
163 Vavuniya District Secretariat
164 Colombo Divisional Secretariat
165 Dehiwala Divisional Secretariat
166 Seethawaka Divisional Secretariat
167 Homagama Divisional Secretariat
168 Kaduwela Divisional Secretariat
169 Kesbewa Divisional Secretariat
170 Kolonnawa Divisional Secretariat
171 Maharagama Divisional Secretariat
172 Moratuwa Divisional Secretariat
173 Padukka Divisional Secretariat
174 Ratmalana Divisional Secretariat
175 Sri Jayawardhanapura Kotte Divisional Secretariat
176 Thimbirigasyaya Divisional Secretariat
177 Attanagalla Divisional Secretariat
178 Biyagama Divisional Secretariat
179 Divulapitiya Divisional Secretariat
180 Dompe Divisional Secretariat
181 Gampaha Divisional Secretariat
182 Ja-Ela Divisional Secretariat
183 Katana Divisional Secretariat
184 Kelaniya Divisional Secretariat
185 Mahara Divisional Secretariat
186 Minuwangoda Divisional Secretariat
187 Mirigama Divisional Secretariat
188 Negombo Divisional Secretariat
189 Wattala Divisional Secretariat
190 Agalawatta Divisional Secretariat
191 Palinda Nuwara Divisional Secretariat
192 Bandaragama Divisional Secretariat
193 Beruwala Divisional Secretariat
194 Bulathsinhala Divisional Secretariat
195 Dodangoda Divisional Secretariat
196 Horana Divisional Secretariat
197 Ingiriya Divisional Secretariat
198 Kalutara Divisional Secretariat
199 Madurawala Divisional Secretariat
200 Matugama Divisional Secretariat
201 Millaniya Divisional Secretariat
202 Panadura Divisional Secretariat
203 Walallavita Divisional Secretariat
204 Akmeemana Divisional Secretariat
205 Ambalangoda Divisional Secretariat
206 Baddegama Divisional Secretariat
207 Balapitiya Divisional Secretariat
208 Benthota Divisional Secretariat
209 Bope- Poddala Divisional Secretariat
210 Elpitiya Divisional Secretariat
211 Galle Divisional Secretariat
212 Gonapinuwala Divisional Secretariat
213 Habaraduwa Divisional Secretariat
214 Hikkaduwa Divisional Secretariat
215 Imaduwa Divisional Secretariat
216 Karandeniya Divisional Secretariat
217 Nagoda Divisional Secretariat
218 Neluwa Divisional Secretariat
219 Niyagama Divisional Secretariat
220 Thawalama Divisional Secretariat
221 Welivitiya – Divithura Divisional Secretariat
222 Yakkalamulla Divisional Secretariat
223 Kamburupitiya Divisional Secretariat
224 Akuressa Divisional Secretariat
225 Athuraliya Divisional Secretariat
226 Devinuwara Divisional Secretariat
227 Dickwella Divisional Secretariat
228 Hakmana Divisional Secretariat
229 Kirinda-Puhulwella Divisional Secretariat
230 Kotapola Divisional Secretariat
231 Malimbada Divisional Secretariat
232 Matara Divisional Secretariat
233 Mulatiyana Divisional Secretariat
234 Pasgoda Divisional Secretariat
235 Pitabeddara Divisional Secretariat
236 Thihagoda Divisional Secretariat
237 Weligama Divisional Secretariat
238 Welipitiya Divisional Secretariat
239 Ambalantota Divisional Secretariat
240 Angunakolapelessa Divisional Secretariat
241 Beliatta Divisional Secretariat
242 Hambantota Divisional Secretariat
243 Katuwana Divisional Secretariat
244 Lunugamwehera Divisional Secretariat
245 Okewela Divisional Secretariat
246 Sooriyawewa Divisional Secretariat
247 Tangalle Divisional Secretariat
248 Thissamaharama Divisional Secretariat
249 Walasmulla Divisional Secretariat
250 Weeraketiya Divisional Secretariat
251 Ambangangakorale Divisional Secretariat
252 Dambulla Divisional Secretariat
253 Galewela Divisional Secretariat
254 Laggala – Pallegama Divisional Secretariat
255 Matale Divisional Secretariat
256 Naula Divisional Secretariat
257 Pallepola Divisional Secretariat
258 Rattota Divisional Secretariat
259 Ukuwela Divisional Secretariat
260 Wilgamuwa Divisional Secretariat
261 Yatawatta Divisional Secretariat
262 Akurana Divisional Secretariat
263 Delthota Divisional Secretariat
264 Doluwa Divisional Secretariat
265 Ganga Ihala Korale Divisional Secretariat
266 Harispattuwa Divisional Secretariat
267 Hatharaliyadda Divisional Secretariat
268 Kandy Four Gravets & Gangawatakorale Divisional Secretariat
269 Kundasale Divisional Secretariat
270 Medadumbara Divisional Secretariat
271 Minipe Divisional Secretariat
272 Panvila Divisional Secretariat
273 Pasbage Korale Divisional Secretariat
274 Pathadumbara Divisional Secretariat
275 Pathahewaheta Divisional Secretariat
276 Poojapitiya Divisional Secretariat
277 Thumpane Divisional Secretariat
278 Udadumbara Divisional Secretariat
279 Udapalatha Divisional Secretariat
280 Udunuwara Divisional Secretariat
281 Yatinuwara Divisional Secretariat
282 Ambagamuwa Koralaya Divisional Secretariat
283 Hanguranketha Divisional Secretariat
284 Kothmale Divisional Secretariat
285 Nuwara Eliya Divisional Secretariat
286 Walapane Divisional Secretariat
287 Aranayake Divisional Secretariat
288 Bulathkohupitiya Divisional Secretariat
289 Dehiovita Divisional Secretariat
290 Deraniyagala Divisional Secretariat
291 Galigamuwa Divisional Secretariat
292 Kegalle Divisional Secretariat
293 Mawanella Divisional Secretariat
294 Rambukkana Divisional Secretariat
295 Ruwanwella Divisional Secretariat
296 Warakapola Divisional Secretariat
297 Yatiyantota Divisional Secretariat
298 Ayagama Divisional Secretariat
299 Balangoda Divisional Secretariat
300 Eheliyagoda Divisional Secretariat
301 Elapatha Divisional Secretariat
302 Embilipitiya Divisional Secretariat
303 Godakawela Divisional Secretariat
304 Imbulpe Divisional Secretariat
305 Kahawatta Divisional Secretariat
306 Kalawana Divisional Secretariat
307 Kiriella Divisional Secretariat
308 Kolonna Divisional Secretariat
309 Kuruvita Divisional Secretariat
310 Nivithigala Divisional Secretariat
311 Opanayaka Divisional Secretariat
312 Pelmadulla Divisional Secretariat
313 Ratnapura Divisional Secretariat
314 Weligepola Divisional Secretariat
315 Badulla Divisional Secretariat
316 Bandarawela Divisional Secretariat
317 Ella Divisional Secretariat
318 Haldumulla Divisional Secretariat
319 Hali-Ela Divisional Secretariat
320 Haputale Divisional Secretariat
321 Kandaketiya Divisional Secretariat
322 Lunugala Divisional Secretariat
323 Mahiyanganaya Divisional Secretariat
324 Meegahakivula Divisional Secretariat
325 Passara Divisional Secretariat
326 Rideemaliyadda Divisional Secretariat
327 Soranathota Divisional Secretariat
328 Uva- Paranagama Divisional Secretariat
329 Welimada Divisional Secretariat
330 Badalkumbura Divisional Secretariat
331 Bibile Divisional Secretariat
332 Buttala Divisional Secretariat
333 Katharagama Divisional Secretariat
334 Madulla Divisional Secretariat
335 Medagama Divisional Secretariat
336 Monaragala Divisional Secretariat
337 Sevanagala Divisional Secretariat
338 Siyambalanduwa Divisional Secretariat
339 Thanamalvila Divisional Secretariat
340 Wellawaya Divisional Secretariat
341 Padaviya Divisional Secretariat
342 Kebithigollewa Divisional Secretariat
343 Medawachchiya Divisional Secretariat
344 Mahavilachchiya Divisional Secretariat
345 Nuwaragampalatha Central Divisional Secretariat
346 Rambewa Divisional Secretariat
347 Kahatagasdigiliya Divisional Secretariat
348 Horowpothana Divisional Secretariat
349 Galenbindunuwewa Divisional Secretariat
350 Mihinthale Divisional Secretariat
351 Nuwaragampalatha East Divisional Secretariat
352 Nachchadoowa Divisional Secretariat
353 Nochchiyagama Divisional Secretariat
354 Rajanganaya Divisional Secretariat
355 Thambuththegama Divisional Secretariat
356 Thalawa Divisional Secretariat
357 Thirappane Divisional Secretariat
358 Kekirawa Divisional Secretariat
359 Palugaswewa Divisional Secretariat
360 Ipalogama Divisional Secretariat
361 Galnewa Divisional Secretariat
362 Palagala Divisional Secretariat
363 Elahera Divisional Secretariat
364 Hingurakgoda Divisional Secretariat
365 Lankapura Divisional Secretariat
366 Medirigiriya Divisional Secretariat
367 Welikanda Divisional Secretariat
368 Dimbulagala Divisional Secretariat
369 Thamankaduwa Divisional Secretariat
370 Kurunegala Divisional Secretariat
371 Giribawa Divisional Secretariat
372 Galgamuwa Divisional Secretariat
373 Ehetuwewa Divisional Secretariat
374 Ambanpola Divisional Secretariat
375 Kotavehera Divisional Secretariat
376 Rasnayakapura Divisional Secretariat
377 Nikaweratiya Divisional Secretariat
378 Maho Divisional Secretariat
379 Polpithigama Divisional Secretariat
380 Ibbagamuwa Divisional Secretariat
381 Ganewatta Divisional Secretariat
382 Wariyapola Divisional Secretariat
383 Kobeigane Divisional Secretariat
384 Bingiriya Divisional Secretariat
385 Panduwasnuwara West Divisional Secretariat
386 Panduwasnuwara East Divisional Secretariat
387 Bamunakotuwa Divisional Secretariat
388 Maspotha Divisional Secretariat
389 Mallawapitiya Divisional Secretariat
390 Ridigama Divisional Secretariat
391 Mawathagama Divisional Secretariat
392 Kuliyapitiya East Divisional Secretariat
393 Weerambugedara Divisional Secretariat
394 Kuliyapitiya West Divisional Secretariat
395 Udubaddawa Divisional Secretariat
396 Pannala Divisional Secretariat
397 Narammala Divisional Secretariat
398 Alawwa Divisional Secretariat
399 Polgahawela Divisional Secretariat
400 Puttalam Divisional Secretariat
401 Kalpitiya Divisional Secretariat
402 Dankotuwa Divisional Secretariat
403 Karuwalagaswewa Divisional Secretariat
404 Chilaw Divisional Secretariat
405 Pallama Divisional Secretariat
406 Mundel Divisional Secretariat
407 Arachchikattuwa Divisional Secretariat
408 Anamaduwa Divisional Secretariat
409 Madampe Divisional Secretariat
410 Nawagattegama Divisional Secretariat
411 Mahakumbukkadawala Divisional Secretariat
412 Mahawewa Divisional Secretariat
413 Nattandiya Divisional Secretariat
414 Wennappuwa Divisional Secretariat
415 Wanathavilluwa Divisional Secretariat
416 Ampara Divisional Secretariat
417 Mahaoya Divisional Secretariat
418 Dehiattakandiya Divisional Secretariat
419 Padiyathalawa Divisional Secretariat
420 Uhana Divisional Secretariat
421 Navithanveli Divisional Secretariat
422 Samanthurai Divisional Secretariat
423 Kalmunai Divisional Secretariat
424 Kalmunai Tamil Divisional Secretariat
425 Sainthamaruthu Divisional Secretariat
426 Karaitivu Divisional Secretariat
427 Nintavur Divisional Secretariat
428 Addalachchenai Divisional Secretariat
429 Irakkamam Divisional Secretariat
430 Akkaraipattu Divisional Secretariat
431 Alayadivembu Divisional Secretariat
432 Damana Divisional Secretariat
433 Thirukkovil Divisional Secretariat
434 Pottuvil Divisional Secretariat
435 Lahugala Divisional Secretariat
436 Delft Divisional Secretariat
437 Island South Divisional Secretariat
438 Island North Divisional Secretariat
439 Karainagar Divisional Secretariat
440 Jaffna Divisional Secretariat
441 Nallur Divisional Secretariat
442 Valikamam South West Divisional Secretariat
443 Valikamam West Divisional Secretariat
444 Valikamam South Divisional Secretariat
445 Valikamam North Divisional Secretariat
446 Valikamam East Divisional Secretariat
447 Thenmarachchi Divisional Secretariat
448 Vadamaradchi South West Divisional Secretariat
449 Vadamaradchi North Divisional Secretariat
450 Vadamaradchi East Divisional Secretariat
451 Pachchilaipalli Divisional Secretariat
452 Kandawali Divisional Secretariat
453 Karachchi Divisional Secretariat
454 Poonakary Divisional Secretariat
455 Thunkkai Divisional Secretariat
456 Manthai East Divisional Secretariat
457 Puthukudiyiruppu Divisional Secretariat
458 Oddusuddan Divisional Secretariat
459 Maritimepattu Divisional Secretariat
460 Welioya Divisional Secretariat
461 Mannar Town Divisional Secretariat
462 Manthai West – Adampan Divisional Secretariat
463 Madu Divisional Secretariat
464 Musali Divisional Secretariat
465 Nanattan Divisional Secretariat
466 Vavuniya Divisional Secretariat
467 Vavuniya North Divisional Secretariat
468 Vavuniya South Divisional Secretariat
469 Vengalacheddiculam Divisional Secretariat
470 Gomarankadawala Divisional Secretariat
471 Kantalai Divisional Secretariat
472 Kinniya Divisional Secretariat
473 Kuchchaveli Divisional Secretariat
474 Morawewa Divisional Secretariat
475 Mutur Divisional Secretariat
476 Padavi Sri Pura Divisional Secretariat
477 Seruwila Divisional Secretariat
478 Thambalagamuwa Divisional Secretariat
479 Trincomalee Town & Gravets Divisional Secretariat
480 Echchalampattu Divisional Secretariat
481 Manmunai South and Eruvil Pattu Divisional Secretariat
482 Eravur Town Divisional Secretariat
483 Eravurpattu Divisional Secretariat
484 Kattankudy Divisional Secretariat
485 Koralai Pattu Divisional Secretariat
486 Manmunai Pattu Divisional Secretariat
487 Koralaipattu North Divisional Secretariat
488 KoralaiPattu South Divisional Secretariat
489 Koralaipattu West Divisional Secretariat
490 KoralaiPattu Central Divisional Secretariat
491 Manmunai South West Divisional Secretariat
492 Manmunai North Divisional Secretariat
493 Manmunai West Divisional Secretariat
494 Portheevu Pattu Divisional Secretariat
495 Southern Zonal Land Office,
496 Uva Sabaragamuwa Zonal Land Office,
497 North Western & North Central Zonal Land Office,
498 Central Zonal Land Office
499 Eastern Zonal Land Office,
500 Northern Zonal Land Office,
501 Attanagalla Land and District Registry
502 Ampara Land and District Registry
503 Anuradhapura Land and District Registry
504 Awissawella Land and District Registry
505 Badulla Land and District Registry
506 Balapitiya Land and District Registry
507 Batticaloa Land and District Registry
508 Chilaw Land and District Registry
509 Colombo Land and District Registry
510 Nugegoda Land and District Registry
511 Elpitiya Land and District Registry
512 Embilipitiya Land and District Registry
513 Galle Land and District Registry
514 Gampaha Land and District Registry
515 Gampola Land and District Registry
516 Hambantota Land and District Registry
517 Homagama Land and District Registry
518 Horana Land and District Registry
519 Jaffna Land and District Registry
520 Kalmunai Land and District Registry
521 Kalutara Land and District Registry
522 Kandy Land and District Registry
523 Kegalle Land and District Registry
524 Kilinochchi Land and District Registry
525 Kotapola Land and District Registry
526 Kuliyapitiya Land and District Registry
527 Kurunegala Land and District Registry
528 Mannar Land and District Registry
529 Marawila Land and District Registry
530 Matale Land and District Registry
531 Matara Land and District Registry
532 Mathugama Land and District Registry
533 Monaragala Land and District Registry
534 Mullaitivu Land and District Registry
535 Negombo Land and District Registry
536 Nikaweratiya Land and District Registry
537 Nuwara Eliya Land and District Registry
538 Panadura Land and District Registry
539 Point Pedro Land and District Registry
540 Polonnaruwa Land and District Registry
541 Puttalam Land and District Registry
542 Ratnapura Land and District Registry
543 Tangalle Land and District Registry
544 Trincomalee Land and District Registry
545 Vavunia Land and District Registry
546 Agunukolapalassa Prison
547 Ambepussa Prison
548 Anuradhapura Prison
549 Badulla Prison
550 Batticaloa Prison
551 Boossa Prison
552 Colombo Remand Prison
553 Dumbara (Bogambara Prison)
554 Galle Prison
555 Jaffna Prison
556 Kalutara Prison
557 Kegalle Prison
558 Kuruwita Prison
559 Mahara Prison
560 Matara Prison
561 Monaragala Prison
562 Negombo Prison
563 New Magazine Prison
564 Pallansena Prison
565 Pallekelle Prison
566 Polonnaruwa Prison
567 Taldena Prison
568 Tangalle Prison
569 Trinkcomalee Prison,
570 Vavuniya Prison
571 Wariyapola Prison
572 Watareka Prison
573 Weerawila Prison
574 Welikada Prison
575 Department of Local Government (Central Province)
576 Department of Local Government (Eastern Province)
577 Department of Local Government (North-Central Province)
578 Department of Local Government (North-Western Province)
579 Department of Local Government (Northern Province)
580 Department of Local Government (Sabaragamuwa Province)
581 Department of Local Government (Sothern Province)
582 Department of Local Government (Uva Province)
583 Badulla Municipal Council
584 Bandarawela Municipal Council
585 Colombo Municipal Council
586 Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte Municipal Council
587 Embilipitiya Urban Council
588 Beruwala Urban Council
589 Boralesgamuwa Urban Council
590 Horana Urban Council
591 Ja-ela Urban Council
592 Kattankudy Urban Council
593 Kegalle Urban Council
594 Kolonnawa Urban Council
595 Kuliyapitiya Urban Council
596 Mannar Urban Council
597 Trincomalee Urban Council
598 Vavuniya Urban Council
599 Akuressa Pradeshiya Sabha
600 Beliatta Pradeshiya Sabha
601 Bope-Poddhala Pradeshiya Sabha
602 Buttala Pradeshiya Sabha
603 Karachchi Pradeshiya Sabha
604 Matale Pradeshiya Sabha
605 Naththandiya Pradeshiya Sabha
606 Nuwara Eliya Pradeshiya Sabha
607 Pujapitiya Pradeshiya Sabha
608 Puthukuddirupu Pradeshiya Sabha
609 Rambawa Pradeshiya Sabha
610 Sammanthurai Pradeshiya Sabha
611 Thamankaduwa Pradeshiya Sabha
612 Valikamam South Pradeshiya Sabha
613 Wariyapola Pradeshiya Sabha
614 Base Hospital – Avissawella
615 Base Hospital – Balangoda
616 Base Hospital – Dambadeniya
617 Base Hospital – Dehiattakandiya
618 Base Hospital – Elpitiya
619 Base Hospital – Galgamuwa
620 Base Hospital – Gampola
621 Base Hospital – Homagama
622 Base Hospital – Horana
623 Base Hospital – Kamburupitiya
624 Base Hospital – Karawanella
625 Base Hospital – Madirigiriya
626 Base Hospital – Mahaoya
627 Base Hospital – Mahiyanganaya
628 Base Hospital – Mutur
629 Base Hospital – Panadura
630 Base Hospital – Puttalam
631 Base Hospital – Tangalle
632 Base Hospital – Thambuththegama
633 Base Hospital – Theldeniya
634 Base Hospital – Warakapola
635 Base Hospital – Wellawaya
636 Castle street Hospital for Women
637 Colombo North Teaching Hospital
638 Colombo South Teaching Hospital
639 District General Hospital – Ampara
640 District General Hospital – Hambantota
641 District General Hospital – Kalawanchikudy
642 District General Hospital – Kaluthara
643 District General Hospital – Killinochchi
644 District General Hospital – Mannar
645 District General Hospital – Matale
646 District General Hospital – Mullaithivu
647 District General Hospital – Nuwara Eliya
648 District General Hospital – Polonnaruwa
649 District General Hospital – Vavuniya
650 Divisional Hospitals – Dompe
651 Divisional Hospital – Nintavur
652 National Hospital for Respiratory Diseases – Welisara
653 National Hospital of Sri Lanka
654 Provincial General Hospital – Badulla
655 Provincial General Hospital – Kurunegala,
656 Teaching Hospital – Jaffna
657 Teaching Hospital – Kandy
658 Teaching Hospital – Karapitiya
659 Teaching Hospital – Peradeniya
660 Chief Secretarys Office – Western Province
661 Chief Secretarys Office – Southern Province
662 Chief Secretarys Office – Uva Province
663 Chief Secretarys Office – Sabaragamuwa Province
664 Chief Secretarys Office – Eastern Province
665 Chief Secretarys Office – Northern Province
666 Chief Secretarys Office – North Western Province
667 Chief Secretarys Office – North Central Province
668 Chief Secretarys Office – Central Province
669 Department of Motor Traffic – Southern Province
670 Provincial Department of Motor Traffic – Eastern Province
671 Provincial Department of Motor Traffic – Northern Province
672 Provincial Department of Motor Traffic – North Central Province
673 Office of the Provincial Commissioner of Motor Traffic – Western Province
674 Office of Deputy Chief Secretary (Finance Management) – Uva Province
675 Office of Chief Secretary – Sabaragamuwa Province
676 Provincial Department of Motor Traffic – Central Province
677 Provincial Department of Education – Central Province
678 Provincial Department of Education – Eastern Province,
679 Provincial Department of Education – Northern Province
680 Provincial Department of Education – North Central Province
681 Provincial Department of Education – North Western Province
682 Provincial Department of Education – Sabaragamuwa Province
683 Provincial Department of Education – Southern Province
684 Provincial Department of Education – Uva Province
685 Provincial Department of Education – Western Province
686 Denuwara Zonal Education Office
687 Gampola Zonal Education Office
688 Kandy Zonal Education Office
689 Katugastota Zonal Education Office
690 Theldeniya Zonal Education Office
691 Wattegama Zonal Education Office
692 Galewela Zonal Education Office
693 Naula Zonal Education Office
694 Hanguranketha Zonal Education Office
695 Hatton Zonal Education Office
696 Kothmale Zonal Education Office
697 Nuwara Eliya Zonal Education Office
698 Walapone Zonal Education Office
699 Akkaraipattu Zonal Education Office
700 Ampara Zonal Education Office
701 Dehiattakandiya Zonal Education Office
702 Kalmunai Zonal Education Office
703 Mahaoya Zonal Education Office
704 Sammanthurai Zonal Education Office
705 Padirippu Zonal Education Office
706 Thirukkovil Zonal Education Office
707 Batticaloa Zonal Education Office
708 Batticaloa Central Zonal Education Office
709 Battacaloa West Zonal Education Office
710 Kalkudah Zonal Education Office
711 Gomarankadawala Zonal Education Office
712 Kanthale Zonal Education Office
713 Muthur Zonal Education Office
714 Trincomalee Zonal Education Office
715 Kinniya Zonal Education Office
716 Jaffna Islands Zonal Education Office
717 Jaffna Zonal Education Office
718 Thennamaradchi Zonal Education Office
719 Vadamarachchi Zonal Education Office
720 Killinochchi Zonal Education Office
721 Mullativu Zonal Education Office
722 Thunukkai Zonal Education Office
723 Vavuniya North Zonal Education Office
724 Vavuniya South Zonal Education Office
725 Madu Zonal Education Office
726 Mannar Zonal Education Office
727 Galenbindunuwewa Zonal Education Office
728 Kekirawa Zonal Education Office
729 Kebithigollewa Zonal Education Office
730 Thambuththegama Zonal Education Office
731 Dimbulagala Zonal Education Office
732 Hingurakgoda Zonal Education Office
733 Polonnaruwa Zonal Education Office
734 Giriulla Zonal Education Office
735 Ibbagamuwa Zonal Education Office
736 Kuliyapitiya Zonal Education Office
737 Kurunegala Zonal Education Office
738 Maho Zonal Education Office
739 Nikaweratiya Zonal Education Office
740 Chilaw Zonal Education Office
741 Puttalam Zonal Education Office
742 Dehiowita Zonal Education Office
743 Balangoda Zonal Education Office
744 Embilipitiya Zonal Education Office
745 Nivithigala Zonal Education Office
746 Rathnapura Zonal Education Office
747 Ambalangoda Zonal Education Office
748 Elpitiya Zonal Education Office
749 Galle Zonal Education Office
750 Udugama Zonal Education Office
751 Hambantota Zonal Education Office
752 Tangalle Zonal Education Office
753 Walasmulla Zonal Education Office
754 Hakmana Zonal Education Office
755 Matara Zonal Education Office
756 Bibila Zonal Education Office
757 Wellawaya Zonal Education Office
758 Monaragala Zonal Education Office
759 Badulla Zonal Education Office
760 Bandarawela Zonal Education Office
761 Mahiyanganaya Zonal Education Office
762 Passara Zonal Education Office
763 Welimada Zonal Education Office
764 Viyaluwa Zonal Education Office
765 Colombo Zonal Education Office
766 Homagama Zonal Education Office
767 Piliyandala Zonal Education Office
768 Sri Jayawardhanapura Zonal Education Office
769 Gampaha Zonal Education Office
770 Kelaniya Zonal Education Office
771 Minuwangoda Zonal Education Office
772 Negambo Zonal Education Office
773 Horana Zonal Education Office
774 Kalutara Zonal Education Office
775 Matugama Zonal Education Office
776 Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) of Sri Lanka
777 Lanka Government Information Infrastructure (LGII) Ltd. – LGN – NOC
778 Department of Agriculture – Gannoruwa Complex
779 Department of Motor Traffic – Verahera Branch
780 Central Record Room
781 Consular Affairs Division – Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Colombo 1
782 Regional Consular Affairs Division – Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Jaffna
783 Temple Trees
784 Central Cultural Fund
785 Coconut Cultivation Board
786 Coconut Development Authority
787 Disaster Management Centre
788 Employees Trust Fund
789 Legal Aid Commission of Sri Lanka
790 Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka
791 Marine Environment Protection Authority
792 Medical Research Institute
793 Merchant Shipping Secretariat
794 National Building Research Organization
795 National Child Protection Authority
796 National Housing Development Authority
797 National Institute of Education
798 National Transport Commission
799 National Water Supply and Drainage Board (NWS&DB)
800 Official Languages Commission
801 Paddy Marketing Board
802 Secretariat for Non Governmental Organizations
803 Social Security Board
804 Sri Lanka Central Transport Board
805 Sri Lanka Land Reclamation and Development Corporation
806 Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority
807 Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission
808 Central Cultural Fund – Jethavanaya Project Office
809 Central Cultural Fund – Polonnaruwa Project Office
810 Central Cultural Fund – Seegiriya Project Office
811 Colombo District Survey Branch
812 Polonnaruwa District Survey Branch
813 Trincomalee District Survey Branch
814 Gampaha District Survey Branch
815 Kandy District Survey Branch
816 Galle District Survey Branch
817 Anuradhapura District Survey Branch
818 Ratnapura District Survey Branch
819 Kurunegala District Survey Branch
820 Matara District Survey Branch
821 Kalutara District Survey Branch
822 Nuwara Eliya District Survey Branch
823 Badulla District Survey Branch
824 Kegalle District Survey Branch
825 Hambantota District Survey Branch
826 Ampara District Survey Branch
827 Jaffna District Survey Branch
828 Vavuniya District Survey Branch
829 Kalutara Urban Council
830 Kurunegala Pradesheeya Sabhawa
831 Negombo Municipal Council
832 Seethawakapura Urban Council
833 Homagama Pradesheeya Sabha
834 Batticaloa District Survey Branch
835 Kilinochchi District Survey Branch
836 Matale District Survey Branch
837 Moneragala District Survey Branch
838 Mullaitivu District Survey Branch
839 Puttalam District Survey Branch
840 Provincial Survey Office – Central Province
841 Provincial Survey Office – North Central Province
842 Provincial Survey Office – East Province
843 Provincial Survey Office – North Province
844 Provincial Survey Office – North Western Province
845 Provincial Survey Office – Sabaragamuwa Province
846 Provincial Survey Office – Southern Province
847 Provincial Survey Office – Uva Province
848 Provincial Survey Office – Western Province
849 Institute of Survey & Mapping
850 Central Cultural Fund – Abhayagiriya Project Office
851 Central Cultural Fund – Galle Project Office
852 Base Hospital – Chilaw
853 District General Hospital – Trincomalee
854 Police Recruitment Division
855 Kegalle Regional office of Department of Rubber Development
856 Kaluthara Regional office of Department of Rubber Development
857 Ratnapura Regional office of Department of Rubber Development
858 Galle Regional office of Department of Rubber Development
859 Monaragala Regional office of Department of Rubber Development
860 National Medicines Regulatory Authority (NMRA) of Sri Lanka
Last mile bandwidth 2 Mbps to 100Mbps minimum
Coverage 860 Organizations (Year 2017).

 

Overall plan: 3500 Organizations

Connectivity technology Dedicated L3 Point to Point connectivity through fibre
List of equipment Obtaining from the service provider per location (monthly rental based)

 

Per Government Organization
Site level firewall 1
Network Switch 1
Wireless Access Point(s) Based on the requirement
UPS 1
Device Rack 1
Wireless Network Adapters Based on the requirement
UTP/Fibre Cabling Based on the requirement
LGN Core Services with high availability
Internet Leased line
Firewall solution for internet Lease line
Centralized Firewall Management Solution
Centralized Wireless Network Management Solution
Centralized Network Management Solution
Centralized User Authentication System
Access technology for users Wireless Access (Wi-Fi) from the LGN 2.0 project

 

Access from internal Wired LAN’s (if available at the organizations)
  Phase/ Activity   SLT Scheduled Date
01 LGN Core Core Service 2017/09/28
02 Pilot 50 Sites 50 2017/09/28
03 Phase 1 127 2017/11/22
04 Phase 2 143 2017/12/15
05 Phase 3 159 2017/12/18
06 Phase 4 195 2017/12/26
07 Phase 5 186 2016/12/29

1.    ICT Agency of Sri Lanka
2.    Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure
3.    Lanka Government Information Infrastructure Ltd (LGII)
4.    Sri Lanka CERT
5.    All government organizations in Sri Lanka (860 for year 2017)
6.    All citizens of Sri Lanka
7.    Service Providers (Connectivity and Wi-Fi)

The current situation will be analyzed since 550 government organizations are currently utilizing the existing LGN network facilities. The LGN core and selected 50 government organizations will be completed as the after pilot phase of the project. With parallel to the core network implementation, end sites will be provided with necessary network equipment and connectivity. After obtaining the acceptance for the entire end to end functionality from selected set of end sites, the rolling out process will be commenced phase wise.
860 government organizations are expected to be connected with Lanka Government Network 2.0 project. It is planned to complete in year 2017.
ICTA will be closely monitoring the implementation tasks and further followed by strict SLA’s with the service providers to ensure the quality of the service and up time of the facilities. Implementation activities are listed as follows.  Also, the entire project govern by governance framework including policies and procedures.
In Addition, Lanka Government Information Infrastructure (LGII) was established in order to manage, operate and develop the Lanka Government Network (LGN) and related services. Network Operating Center (NOC) and Help Desk shall operative under LGII.

No Activity Description Responsibility
1. Identify locations Identify the locations (860) needs to be covered by 2017. ICTA
2. Base Line survey Circulated  site survey letters for  identifying  their existing network, devices and reediness to the proposed network ICTA
3. Coordinate (Inform) site visits with End-sites Contacting each site before SLT visited for conducting the survey ICTA
4. Feasibility and location study and site survey Perform a feasibility study on following;

– connectivity termination

– Wi-Fi access points needed and it’s coverage

– existing infrastructure

– identify HR (site coordinator/ IT Admin) for the project

– identify a secure location to fix wall mount rack and related equipment.

– Cable attaching to the walls

– identify power and earthling

– Identify existing network infrastructure, network equipment, end user devices for providing a cost effective solution.

 

Service Provider
5. Obtaining approval for site survey

 

Verify and Approve

 

 

ICTA
6. Implementing Core LGII to be conform IDC redness/ space available LGII
7. Sign MOU Sign MOU with respective government organizations ICTA
8. Deployment of Core services –        Detailed Proposed Technical Architecture

–        Implementation and configuration of core network with required equipment and testing

–        Hardware, Configure, Access, Utility

 

Service Provider/ LGII/ICTA
9. User Accounts creation –        Head of the Department will provide the recommended employee list for create the user account for access LGN

 

ICTA
10. Unique User Name for government employees –        Users are connected their unique  user ID

 

ICTA
11. Last mile connectivity implementation and testing Installation and configuration of network equipment and rack equipment.

Terminate the last mile connectivity up to the site level and testing.

Service Provider/ LGII
12. Wi-Fi implementation and testing Installation and configuration of network dices and Wi-Fi access points and testing.

Provide Wi-Fi coverage test reports.

Service Provider
13. Site inspection after the implementation –        Conduct the site inspection after completion of the implementation

–        Issue “Site Inspection Certificate”/ UAT

ICTA
14. Operational Acceptance Conduct operational acceptance testing and obtain the sign off from the government organization ICTA
15. Awareness programs Provide awareness on LGN and related services in order to increase the utilization of the network. ICTA/ LGII/ Service Providers
16. Existing LAN migration Examine the existing networks on each government location and provide recommendations and technical assistance on merging the networks securely with LGN. ICTA/ LGII
17. Existing service Migration/ transition Examine the existing LGN services and merging to the LGN 2.0. ICTA/LGII
18. Training and Technical Support Provide required training for identified users and site administrators and LGII staff ICTA/ LGII/ Service Providers

Last update date : 14.-11-2017

Lanka Government Network (LGN) 1.0

Lanka Government Network (LGN)

The ‘Lanka Government Network’ (LGN) is the government owned private network which is highly available, secure and reliable underlying information infrastructure backbone that aims to connect all the government organizations of Government of Sri Lanka in a cost-effective and secure manner.

The project was implemented in 3 main stages as follows,
Stage I: Provided LGN facilities to 325 government organizations across 13 districts in year 2007-2010)
Stage II: Provided LGN facilities to additional 151 government organizations across 7 districts in year 2010-2012.
Stage III: Provied LGN facilities to additional 74 government organizations across remaining 5 districts in year 2014.

In Essence

Lanka Government Network (LGN) is the underlying information infrastructure which is:

  • highly available (works 99.99% of the time)
  • secure (free from virus and hacking, encrypted)
  • reliable (consistent performance)
  • Provide basic computer equipments necessary to support the operations and connectivity
  • Provide network connectivity (LAN) within the organization
  • Provide inter-connectivity (512Kbps WAN) to all GoSL organizations
  • Provide centrally managed email access (with web based email access) to all GoSL organizations
  • Provide centrally managed Internet access to all GoSL organizations
  • Provide centrally managed trusted secure connection to authorized government agencies
  • Provide centrally managed IP based G2G voice services facility to GoSL organizations

USD 22 Million project

Connectivity and LGN facilities provided to total of 551 government organizations:

  • 48 Ministries
  • 60 Departments
  • 22 Statutory bodies
  • 25 Distrct secretariats
  • 331 Divisional secretariats
  • 9 Provincial chief secretariat offices
  • 36 Provincial ministries
  • 18 Provincial departments