Performance of PITB’s Digital Access Initiative reviewed by CM KP

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan has reviewed the performance of different digital access initiatives of KPITB.

Performance of PITB's Digital Access Initiative reviewed by CM KP

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan has requested authorities for timely completion of Citizens Facilitation Centers (CFC) extends in the provincial capital propelled under the provincial government’s Digital Access Initiative (DAI).

He gave these orders while managing a meeting to audit the advancement of different activities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB). Counsel to CM on Science and Information Technology Ziaullah Bangash, Principal Secretary to CM Shahab Ali Shah, Secretary Science and Information Technology Mukhtiar Ahmad, and the KPITB managing director was available in the gathering.

The gathering was given a nitty-gritty preparation on different parts of the KP Digital Policy, including computerized abilities, advanced economy, advanced administration, and computerized access also the advancement made so far on different activities under the digital system.

The chief minister coordinated the high-ups of KPITB to think of a functional technique inside a week’s time to sort out all issues identified with the foundation of CFCs so the online arrangement of all offices offered by different divisions and associations of both the provincial and federal governments, including birth, passing, marriage and residence endorsements, driving permit, arms permit, issuance of CNIC, issuance of stamp papers, the transformation of land and so forth would be made conceivable.

He further guided the concerned persons to find a way to guarantee the foundation of these CFCs at the divisional level by 2021 and furthermore approached them to fix practical timetables for setting markers for progress and thinking of functional proposition to guarantee that the courses of events are followed.

He named the here and now as the period of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and said the advancement of ICT in the region was one of the top needs of the current government.

“The provincial government is focused on advancing ICT in the region so as to give most extreme online offices the country is qualified for as citizens to create employment opportunities for the young, acquiring straightforwardness official business to upgrade the working limit of government divisions and at last, to move towards a totally computerized economy.

The KP CM included that the legislature has propelled various IT activities for the reason and there would be no trade-off on the auspicious fulfillment of every one of those activities, adding that he needed to see genuine improvement and not simply take a shot at the paper as there was no space for postponements or laxity during the present conditions.

The gathering was closed with the Finance Department being coordinated to guarantee the timely arrival of required funds for KPITB activities.

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One thought on “Performance of PITB’s Digital Access Initiative reviewed by CM KP

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    May 10, 2020 at 12:59 pm
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    Thanks for sharing here I read your review so intresting.I hope you give a useful topic…

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