The compensation of the team comprising three members will be Rs 8 lakh. As the team would have to travel to other cities, travel allowances (TA), lodging and boarding charges, etc. will have to be paid to the team members.
The proposal by e-governance department regarding this will be tabled before the standing committee meeting on June 25.
The project management unit (PMU) will have one principal consultant, senior consultant and consultant each. These consultants are destined to be hired from six agencies, namely, Deloitte, Ernst and Young, Grant Thornton, PwC, KPMG and Wipro, as per State Government directives.
The consultants would be appointed for two years. Their scope of work will be sent to state government for approval.
This move came in the light of making e-governance efficient, as the department does not have enough staff and the employees are not properly trained in handling the software
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