The Planning Commission of India on 19 April 2013 launched IBIN (India Backbone Implementation Network) for effective implantation of its core programmes and policies. IBIN will address the need to improve implementation of policies and programmes chartered out in the 12th Five Year Plan as critical necessity for accelerating more inclusive and faster growth.
IBIN will help resolve the issues by systematically converting - Confusion to coordination, contention to collaboration and intentions to implementation across India. In fact, Planning Commission of India has introduced several innovations in the 12th Plan including the use of techniques of 'scenario planning' for the first time, use of social media for communications with youth, and the concept of IBIN.
The IBIN movement will also disseminate techniques and skills for collaboration, coordination, and better planning through a network of agencies in the country.
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