National Portal: Bangladesh National Portal (www.bangladesh.gov.bd) is a digital platform as almost all of the Government Offices (45,000+) have their own portal under this Framework. It is not only working as an information access gateway but also working as a service access gateway for the citizens by integrating with the Bangladesh Service Application Platform (EkSheba). It s the largest platform of our country to access all kinds information and services in terms of Ministries, Government offices, Educational Institutions, Hospitals, Tourist Spots, Bank and Financial Institutes and so on. The National Portal Framework has established an e-architecture aimed at centralizing all public websites with a Multi-Layered Theme under a single sustainable & effective Portal Framework. The National Portal is a great source of Government data. Based upon this data, a reporting dashboard has been developed under this platform that analyses data and helps government to take decisions by providing different types of Graphical Representation and Statistics.
MuktoPaath: Muktopaath (www.muktopaath.gov.bd) is a whole of government e-learning platform where different government agencies (Ministries, Directorates, PIB, BEDU, Bangladesh Police Staff College, BMET etc. ) publish their online courses and conduct different training programs to build up the capacity inside the government through this platform as a partner. Right now there are approximately 50+ government organizations actively working with the Muktopaath platform and facilitating 10 Lac users across the country. Muktopaath is an e-learning platform for education, skills and professional development. Various educational courses and contents are delivered through Muktopaath to diversified professionals including teachers, migrating workers, unemployed youths, farmers, journalists, government officials and NGOs. Muktopaath also offers courses and tutorials for the unemployed and under-employed youths of Bangladesh with a view to encourage them in self-employment. Users can enroll in their course and complete their course by giving exams, quizzes, assignments etc. And they can get their digital certificates after completing each course. Muktopaath app is the first and foremost Mobile Application for the citizen to access an e-learning platform for education, skills and professional development. It has ensured citizen accessibility with the highest level of satisfaction with palm-top devices. Through this mobile application citizens can select and apply for relevant courses, make payments for them easily and level up their skills. The app can be run on the Android Platform. Citizens can now access 190+ courses from 54+ partners (government agencies & private agencies) through this mobile app.
MyGov: myGov app is the first and foremost Mobile Application for citizens to access Government Services. It has ensured citizen accessibility with the highest level of satisfaction with palm-top devices. Through this mobile application citizens can select and apply for relevant services, make payments for them easily and get delivery of these services. The app can be run on the Android Platform. Citizens can now access 230+ public services through this mobile app.
EkSheba(BSAP): Bangladesh Service Application Platform (BSAP) ( www.eksheba.gov.bd ), is an online one-stop government service application platform which has made government services easily accessible to citizens where they will be able to select and apply for relevant services, make payments for them easily and get delivery of these services. It is the means of cutting through the red tape, improving service delivery, engaging public sector employees and getting faster results for citizens. The platform is also integrated with many e-government systems like: EkSheba-Sarkar, e-Nothi, EkSheba-Uddokta, 333, NID, BRN, Porichoy, National Portal etc.
(Amar Adalat) myCourt: myCourt is the service delivery platform for all the courts of Bangladesh. Lawyers on behalf of the citizens can apply for the Bail Application, Bail Bond Submission, and Temporary Adjourned Application through this platform. Judges can process the application and call for the hearing through the myOrder System which is integrated into the myCourt Platform. Lawyers can know the total number of applied services, pending services, and approved services through the dashboard of this platform. This platform is connected to multiple systems like the Judiciary system, MyCourt system, MyOrder system, SMS Gateway, ekPay Payment System, Video Conferencing Tools (MS Teams(office 365 E1), Zoom).
Open Government Data Portal: Open Government Data (OGD) Platform is a whole of government digital platform for the government of Bangladesh where different government agencies (Ministries, Directorates, Banks etc.) publish non-confidential and reusable data sets for the researchers, citizens, academicians, domestic and international investors. Open Government Data Portal (www.data.gov.bd ) is a single platform to access and reuse government data by providing it in useful formats under Open Licenses. The main data sources of Open Data Portal are: Relevant Ministries/Divisions, Directorates, Government Agencies, National Statistics Office (BBS), Field offices, Bangladesh National Portal, SDG Portal and other Relevant Web Systems/Data Repositories.
Virtual Class Platform: The Virtual Class platform is an extension of the e-learning system MuktoPaath. Study, analyze, understand and undertake full source code and business knowledge of existing government forms. System has optional and configurable mode of notification (email, SMS) for both service providers and service recipients. This platform has its own, developed high-definition video conferencing/live streaming module. Which has almost all modern facilities of any smart video conferencing tools.
Judiciary Portal: Judicial Portal Framework is the one stop judiciary information and service access platform for the citizens of Bangladesh. The Judicial portal framework has been developed by multi-sites architecture and this framework also includes Cause-list Application and Judiciary Monitoring Dashboard.
RDCD: The Rural Development and Cooperation Division(RDCD) project encourages research and applied research on rural development. Creating a central database on rural development and liaising with local, regional / international organizations concerned with the subject. Modernizing the cooperative system in line with the needs of the times; RDCD helps enhance skills through training donations to cooperatives, to increase the efficiency of the Rural Development and Cooperatives Department through training. The aim of RDCD is poverty alleviation through timely new strategies on rural development in line with the needs of rural development.