In Jammu and Kashmir in the past few years the government has tried to make administration transparent with the help of e-Governance. The J & K administration introduced e-office and it made the system transparent while giving the services to the public.
Recently LG Manoj Sinha said National e-Governance Conference is a momentous occasion for Jammu and Kashmir.
The government of Jammu and Kashmir in collaboration with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances held the National e-Governance Conference here.
He said the National e-Governance Conference is a momentous occasion for Jammu and Kashmir and furthers the vision of Digital India of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
In a short span of two years, we have taken a giant leap to create a user-centric service delivery system and paperless administrative functions through e-Office. Technology has redesigned the rules and procedures bringing accountability and transparency in the system and enabling us to provide services more effectively and efficiently.
He observed that the accelerated digital transformation and adoption of emerging technologies has helped the administration become more open, transparent and develop new delivery models to ensure people can access e-Services conveniently. He said, Jammu & Kashmir Union Territory has recorded more than 2 Crore E-Transactions in October 2022, which is significantly higher than 10.5 Lakh e-Transactions during the same period in 2021.