Integrated Project Portal

It will be a portal for the MACP Project. An appropriate web strategy would be developed that allows for information to all stakeholders, ensures transparency in terms of availability, distribution and utilization of resources, enables access to data and information to target beneficiaries/ users through a web-based systems. MSAMB’s present web site will be part of IPP. This web site is already exhaustive in terms of contents and technology in view of present demand. To achieve the objectives of IPP, MSAMB web site will further be enhanced in order to support additional requirements e.g. database of market functionaries, trend analysis of arrivals & prices of agricultural commodities, price discovery mechanism, Web GIS envisaged in various Components and Sub-components of MACP. The Integrated Project Portal will be a comprehensive knowledge bank in terms of management of project as well as the technical and logistics support required by all the line departments. It is proposed to develop web sites for line departments and link the same to IPP.

The information of IPP will be useful to keep track on various activities carried out by PCU, PIUs and all implementing agencies. It will facilitate to take various inputs, including inputs related to web-GIS, from various levels of the project, process it, and generate necessary reports through respective software for the use of Bank, PCU, PIUs, and the IAs. In order to facilitate smooth exchange of information master database such market functionaries database is proposed to be developed. Also, for seamless integration of information of all the web sites of PCU, line departments and IAs, it is necessary to upgrade the existing software, hardware, network items and peripherals in MSAMB data center.

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It will be a portal for the MACP Project. An appropriate web strategy would be developed that allows for information to all stakeholders, ensures transparency in terms of availability, distribution and utilization of resources, enables access to data and information to target beneficiaries/ users through a web-based systems. MSAMB’s present web site will be part of IPP. This web site is already exhaustive in terms of contents and technology in view of present demand. To achieve the objectives of IPP, MSAMB web site will further be enhanced in order to support additional requirements e.g. database of market functionaries, trend analysis of arrivals & prices of agricultural commodities, price discovery mechanism, Web GIS envisaged in various Components and Sub-components of MACP. The Integrated Project Portal will be a comprehensive knowledge bank in terms of management of project as well as the technical and logistics support required by all the line departments. It is proposed to develop web sites for line departments and link the same to IPP.

The information of IPP will be useful to keep track on various activities carried out by PCU, PIUs and all implementing agencies. It will facilitate to take various inputs, including inputs related to web-GIS, from various levels of the project, process it, and generate necessary reports through respective software for the use of Bank, PCU, PIUs, and the IAs. In order to facilitate smooth exchange of information master database such market functionaries database is proposed to be developed. Also, for seamless integration of information of all the web sites of PCU, line departments and IAs, it is necessary to upgrade the existing software, hardware, network items and peripherals in MSAMB data center.

Commodity profiles proposed to be developed by ABPF will be made available through this web site. The Integrated Project Portal will be a comprehensive knowledge bank in terms of management of project as well as the technical and logistics support required by all the line departments. It is proposed to develop Web based Geographical Information System on pilot basis to provide realistic spatial information about road network, market infrastructures for logistic arrangements and price trend analysis for the use of market functionaries and proposed e-trading system.

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