Parliamentary Secretary for Federal Education & Professional Training Wajiha Qamar on Wednesday launched Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) E-Office at IBCC Secretariat Islamabad.

IBCC Secretary Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah briefed the Parliamentary Secretary on the utility and benefits of E-Office. Dr Mallah said that it is an urgent need to adopt E-Filling and office automation system, as it is cost effective, have digital backup, automation data retention, easy access to data and will decrease the carbon footprint.

Speaking on the occasion, Wajiha Qamar said that IBCC had been following the directives of Prime Minister by introducing transparency, ease of doing business, applicants facilitation and use of technology. She said that according to the vision of Prime Minister and following the directives of Federal Education Minister the launch of E-office will expedite the office affairs at IBCC Secretariat and will bring transparency. She added that the adoption of digital system would eliminate outdated office system and the new system would track the file which lead to timely implementation of government policies and would also bring transparency in affairs of the organization.

Ms Wajiha Qamar appreciated the efforts of Secretary IBCC Dr Mallah and his team for successful launch of e-office.Ch Jameel Waraich, Project Director (E-Office) NITB ensures that IBCC specific E-Services will also be integrated with E-office by NITB.

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