The Karnataka government is fast-tracking its mobile governance application M-One, and is looking to launch on December 8, Bangalore Mirror reports. Through the new m-governance app users will have access to 637 government-to-citizens (G2C) mobile services from different departments and 3,644 business-to-consumer (B2C) services. The app will be integrated with the government's payment portal PayGov and modes of payment include net banking, credit and debit cards, IMPS and RuPay cash wallets. The platform is hosted on Karnataka State Data Centre and is implemented by Centre for e-Governance under the e-governance department. A bureaucrat in the CMO said that the application aims to be the largest government platform in the world. Karnataka govt-OnMobile m-gov pilot: Earlier in 2013, the Karnataka government had launched a pilot of the project where citizens could access services through voice and internet platforms. Citizens can access these…
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