Hyderabad: Making things convenient for the public and ensuring transparency and effective administration, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) has decided to implement e-office in Hyderabad Growth Corridor Limited (HGCL) which is located at Nanakramguda.
HMDA took this decision as the manual transfer of files from the HGCL office in Nanakramguda to HMDA headquarters in Tarnaka has resulted in several irregularities. An official claimed that the higher authorities can access the files on the works related to the ORR from the HMDA headquarters.
The Planning, IT and Accounts departments of HMDA have gone paper-free and will be working on an online set-up. The HGCL will be added to the e-office set-up by November 1. The idea was to launch an e-office system in all the departments of HMDA by October 2. The IT department of HMDA in association with National Informatics Centre developed an advanced e-office system synchronising the functioning of all departments of HMDA.
The introduction of e-office system in HMDA was to ensure effective administration and timely clearance of files and applications for the convenience of the people.
Besides aiding transparent and effective administration, the e-office system will save a lot of time for the officials and the public.
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