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DAR&PG launches India- Brazil-South Africa web portal
The portal will function as a virtual centre of excellence on governance and act as a forum for bringing together various administrative and development experiences and best practices from each of the 3 countries.

The India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) web portal on public administration was launched on 30th November 2010 by Secretary, Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Shri R. C. Misra under IBSA Co-operation Programme in the field of public administration and governance.

The web portal which is a virtual centre of excellence in public administration is a wide ranging web-based resource and an interactive platform for the IBSA partners to facilitate among them an exchange of ideas and knowledge on public administration. 

The purpose of the web portal is to create a knowledge base for sharing IBSA experiences and best practices in the field of public administration and development related issues.

It was a tripartite launch with Brazil and South Africa onboard. Ms. Helena Kerr, do Amaral, President, ENAP, Brazil hailed the launch of the web-portal and stated that it is a strong forum for sharing best practices of all the three countries.

Mr. Diamond Mushwna, Chief Operations Officer, Department of Public Service and Administration, South Africa also appreciated the web portal as a significant achievement under IBSA cooperation programme for exchange and sharing of experiences on issues in governance and development.

India, Brazil and South Africa reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthening their trilateral cooperation through this forum. The IBSA web portal is a landmark achievement in mutual cooperation of the three countries in the field of public administration and governance, providing further impetus to the already flourishing IBSA relationship. 

 

Source: Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances

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