Poor official response delays prestigious e-project
COMPUTERIZATION OF EMPLOYEES DATABASE
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 11: Poor response from the administrative heads of various departments in the civil secretariat is causing delay in completion of Computerized Personal Information System- one of the prestigious e-project of J&K Government.
Sources said, the project to have a computerized data base of all the employees, in a phased manner, was facing a major hurdle in the absence of the required information of the employees working in the civil secretariat.
“There is poor response from the administrative heads of various government departments to furnish the required data of the employees”, sources in the NIC said.
They said the General Administrative Department had directed all the Administrative Secretaries to furnish information with regard to employees of Civil Secretariat working under their control to State Informatics Officer, NIC before February 25, 2001. “However, majority of the departments have taken the directions casually and have not submitted the requisite information till date”.
Taking serious note of the matter, the GAD has issued a fresh directive to take necessary action in this regard. “Despite lapse of prescribed time frame, keenness has not been exhibited by different departments in furnishing the requisite information. This approach has delayed the compilation of the data for being computerized in a time bound manner”, the order issued by the GAD reads while impressing the Administrative Secretaries to personally attend to this “vital task”.
On the completion of this project, the Government will have a data bank with regard to all the employees working in various departments at different levels.
The NIC is working on CPIS and in the first phase, it intends to undertake computerization of information in respect of the employees at the Secretariat level and those of the employees of the Finance Department at subordinate level as well.
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