Over the past several years, India has embarked on a remarkable journey towards becoming a digitally enabled society. This digital transformation has not only reshaped the nation’s socioeconomic landscape but also served as a global model for how technology can be harnessed to uplift and connect diverse and large populations.

At the heart of this transformation lies the concept of Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI), a strategic framework that has provided the rails to propel India onto the global stage as a digital powerhouse. With the Indian internet economy projected to reach USD 1 trillion by 2030, DPIs are primed to continue playing a significant role in democratizing this growth and ensuring a digital future that is inclusive and expansive.