- Veröffentlicht: 19. Januar 2024
The regional conference on Electronic Governance (e-governance), organised by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG), in association with the Assam government, concluded in Assam’s Guwahati on Wednesday.
The two-day regional conference provided a platform for intensive deliberations during five sessions. It aimed at bringing national and state-level public administration organisations on the same platform to share experiences in innovations in public administration, transforming future public solutions for improving the quality of life, good governance, e-governance, and digital governance, among others, the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, stated in a press release.
At the valedictory session on day two of the conference, Joint Secretary, DARPG, Puneet Yadav said that since its launch, the National e-Governance Service Delivery Assessment (NeSDA) has been working efficiently on the accessibility, ease of use, and privacy of the citizens in major different sectors like finance, education, social welfare, environment, labour, and employment. The second day of the regional conference held two sessions on e-office in the northeast and e-governance awarded initiatives 2022, district-level initiatives in e-governance, the release stated.
Commissioner and Secretary, Administrative Reforms and Training of the Assam government, Shantanu P. Gotmare chaired the session on e-office in the northeast. “We are moving to the next push with Electronic Human Resource Management System (e-HRMS) practices and improvement to have a project mode for a single-signature procedure in e-forms to have training sessions to implement e-offices in Assam,” said Gotmare.
Speaking on the e-office facility in Manipur, Joint Director, Directorate of Information Technology (IT) and Communication, Manipur government, G Robert Sharma said that the state’s movement of files from their creation is notably high, indicating efficient and optimal utilisation of the office platform, it stated.
Deputy Secretary, DARPG, Sanjeev Srivastava, while sharing insights on e-office analytics said, “Repeated training has helped institutionalise and strengthen the effective implementation of the e-office system. We, at DARPG, have worked on processing digital signatures practices and creating a digital database in order to optimise the process with real time metrics on hierarchical order of file movement.”
District Manager, IT, Nodal Officer, Khelo India Scheme of Manipur’s Bishnupur district, Prashant Oinaam shared his thoughts on the development of sports in the northeastern region. “We have worked our way towards promoting sports in different sectors to enhance the involvement of technology and people’s interest in the Khelo India Scheme,” Oinaam said.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Limited, Gaurav Benal said that the Madhya Pradesh government through Water Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) is working on the efficiency of water flow in the state with the help of technologies to save the energy used to generate water flow while finding the leakages in the earlier processes.
CEO and Commissioner, Raipur Smart City Limited, Chhattisgarh, Mayank Chaturvedi talked about Mor Raipur Smart app, which helps in monitoring the road activities in Raipur and fills the gap between citizens and government officials while taking citizens’ privacy into consideration, the release added.
Secretary, DARPG, V. Srinivas extended his gratitude to all the officers, stakeholders, and participants for their insightful presentations and underlined that the regional conference will further contribute to the collaborative efforts in advancing the efforts towards digital transformation in the country, the release further stated.
Autor(en)/Author(s): Pallav Bora
Quelle/Source: msn, 11.01.2024