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J&K develops single portal to facilitate citizens Kashmir

J&K develops single portal to facilitate citizens

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 21 Sep 2021, 12:13 pm

Jammu/IBNS: The residents of J&K would soon be able to access all government websites, portals and citizen-centric services from a one in all site.

Once logged in on this composite portal, all citizens would be able to browse multiple websites, portals belonging to the administrative departments along with all the e-services available in J&K.

To achieve this milestone of providing all the e-services under one umbrella, all the administrative secretaries have been asked to issue necessary directions to all the concerned for sharing the information regarding the websites, web portals and e-services which their respective departments have put in the public domain with the information technology (IT) department.

The IT department would then facilitate the convergence of all e-services and government websites, portals on one platform at the earliest.

Administrative Secretary IT Amit Sharma, in a circular, noted that many of the government departments, Public Sector Units (PSUs) of J&K rolled out various ‘Citizen-Centric Services’ (G2C and G2B), developed by the government or private entities.

The IT Secretary pointed out that the process of integration and hosting of all the e-services rolled out by various departments could be done only when these e-services were identified.

“Once identified, other relevant issues like the environment, space constraints, compatibility and other issues local to hosting on data centre can be addressed in consultation with all the stakeholders,” he said.