Digital Public Good portal launched

The Goa Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) is revolutionising the business environment for investors by introducing the Digital Public Good (DPG) portal at the Invest Goa 2024 summit. This portal enables the swift approval of technical clearances for industrial projects, reducing the processing time from several months to mere minutes. The inaugural online technical clearance was granted to Sanofi Ltd. during the summit, attended by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, former Union minister Suresh Prabhu, and Industry Minister Mauvin Godinho.

GIDC unveiled additional initiatives, including a regulation book and a land bank portal providing comprehensive information on available industrial land in the state. The land bank portal is seamlessly integrated with the PM Gati Shakti portal, making it accessible to industries across all states. Godinho emphasised that GIDC’s new regulations, coupled with the DPG and the land bank portal, signify the corporation’s commitment to showcasing investment opportunities transparently. He highlighted Goa’s leadership in digital processes, stating that the online system for technical clearance and the transparent land bank portal empower applicants to assess plot availability and locations.

Discussing the Logistics and Warehousing Policy, 2023, Godinho noted positive responses from industry players. He revealed the presence of three top Indian logistics companies at the summit, expressing the government’s eagerness for actionable proposals translating into projects. The managing director of GIDC provided insights into the current availability of plots in industrial estates, specifically mentioning 16 plots in Verna Industrial Estate and 26 plots in Latambarcem Industrial Estate earmarked for food units.







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