According to the Nepal Constitution 2072 section 51(f) Point No. 5 “to ensure easy and simple access of the general public to information technology by developing and expanding information technology to the tune of national needs, and make optimum utilization of information technology in the national development.” In Point no 7 “to develop an integrated national identity management information system and manage all kinds of information and data of the citizens in an integrated manner, and linking such system with the services and facilities provided by the State and with national development plans." By establishing this constitutional system, the concept of Integrated Information Technology Service Center has been prepared to establish and operate in collaboration with local government in order to facilitate the smooth and easy access to the services and facilities provided through information technology for common citizens living in remote and rural areas.
Most of the services / facilities that the government of Nepal provides to the citizens are going through online / internet and in the near future. However, there is no accessibility of information technology in remote and rural levels and the efficient manpower of information technology is not available even if the government services are available in front of the citizen through information technology, In collaboration with local government (Rural Municipalities and Municipalities) it will be easy to provide Services through Information Technology by establishing integrated information technology service center, it will be effective to provide, easy and transparent to the citizens through the center.
The Center will work as a Integrated Service Center to provide citizens with the following Government Services facilities directly to the Internet via E-Services.
Education, health, agriculture, tourism, local production services