NIC reviews e-governance projects in Meghalaya

TURA, April 10: The NIC has stressed on the need to address issues and problems relating to e-governance in the state. At a conference held in Tura recently, the Deputy Director General, NIC, New Delhi and NIC State Coordinator of Meghalaya, Rajender Sethi, reviewed the progress and implementation of various e-Governance projects in West Garo Hills.
Those who attended the conference included West Garo Hills DC, Ram Singh, Deputy Director General, NIC, Meghalaya, Timothy Dkhar and the officials of various line departments.
Reviewing the implementation of e-governance projects in the district, Rajender Sethi, stressed on the need to address issues and problems relating to e-governance and urged the government officials to raise their respective issues pertaining to implementation of e-governance projects and e-district services.
DDG NIC, Meghalaya, Timothy Dkhar, stated that the NIC will be launching a single sign-on (SSO) system for e-services in the state which will provide secure auto-login to all apps. He also mentioned that the NIC in the state will soon start the Sandes App, an instant messaging platform developed by NIC to minimise the costs of e-governance.
Urging the officials to be in tune with e-services, Dkhar, also said that e-billing to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) will soon begin in the state.

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