“Your Mobile, Our Office”: More than 200 J&K government services will be offered online with a “single sign-on” function

SRINAGAR, FEBRUARY 10: More than 200 government services will be offered online with single sign-on (SSO) functionality.

“More than 200 government services offered by various ministries will be put online in a single platform with provision for single sign-on (SSO) upon first registration, which will go a long way in helping the public enjoy multiple services. using their unique digital identifiers,” Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta said.

Dr. Mehta was chairing a meeting to launch the Digital J&K, Digital Districts and Digital Panchayats campaign to bring together various e-governance initiatives on one platform to promote ease of living in Jammu and Kashmir.

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The administrative secretaries of the departments of health and medical education, school education, revenue, rural development, food, civil supplies and consumption and information technology were present at the meeting.

The Chief Secretary has instructed IT consultants to work towards evolving an integrated “Digital J&K, Digital Districts and Digital Panchayats” model into Mission Mode by creating a unified platform to deliver all government services here May 2022.

Dr. Mehta instructed relevant departments to undertake major procedural simplifications across all departments by removing unnecessary compliance burden and using technological interventions to further streamline service delivery. All services will be delivered through the State Data Center (SDC) and all existing services will also be migrated to the SDC to ensure consistency and seamless integration.

He ordered that services can be provided in three languages ​​– English, Hindi and Urdu with facilities for voice-to-text conversion and document extraction. Services will be digitized end-to-end and documents will be issued and delivered to the applicant online via “Digi Locker” without any human interference. Finally, efforts should be made to ensure that all services will be available on the “UMANG” platform.

All of these efforts will improve the service delivery system and increase system efficiency in addition to reducing unnecessary office traffic. The IT department was asked to start this program with a campaign called “Your mobile, our office” and to promote the introduction to electronic services among the beneficiaries.

Ashley C. Reynolds