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Common Payment Card System (CPCS) – Bhubaneswar Common Payment Card System (CPCS) – Bhubaneswar

Common Payment Card System (CPCS) – Bhubaneswar

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Case

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Source:

India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, New Delhi, India (2017)

Abstract:

Bhubaneswar is taking up a Common Payment Card System (CPCS) for the city. This system intends to provide a safe digital mode of economic transactions to the citizen and reducing their dependence on cash for transactions.

The intervention for CPCS will include developing, commissioning, operating and maintaining a digital payment eco-system through smart cards, mobile wallets, etc. for the city of Bhubaneswar. It also includes providing 325 PoS (Point of Sale) machines maintained at a grid of 500 meter in the city. This system is expected to provide an ecosystem in the city for digital payment of government fees & taxes, utility bills, transit charges, parking and other services charges.
 

Document Category: Common Payment Card

Bhubaneswar is taking up a Common Payment Card System (CPCS) for the city. This system intends to provide a safe digital mode of economic transactions to the citizen and reducing their dependence on cash for transactions.

The intervention for CPCS will include developing, commissioning, operating and maintaining a digital payment eco-system through smart cards, mobile wallets, etc. for the city of Bhubaneswar. It also includes providing 325 PoS (Point of Sale) machines maintained at a grid of 500 meter in the city. This system is expected to provide an ecosystem in the city for digital payment of government fees & taxes, utility bills, transit charges, parking and other services charges.