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Ensure regular monitoring for CM dashboard: CS

All the departmental heads should monitor tasks related to the CM monitoring dashboard on a fortnightly basis. Further, weekly monitoring of the same should be done at the level of the nodal officers. The chief secretary Om Prakash issued these directions while chairing a meeting with officials regarding the chief minister monitoring dashboard here on Friday.

The chief secretary said that the CM dashboard will soon be implemented at the district level too. He said that all the departmental heads should communicate their problems or suggestions as early as possible. Stating that the CM dashboard is to be made as citizen centric as possible, he directed officials concerned to provide a feedback option for citizen engagement on the dashboard. The chief secretary directed officials of all the departments to ensure that replies to feedback from citizens are provided within 15 days.

The departments should ensure monthly data validation without fail. In addition to this, all the departments should also ensure that thy get connected to the e-office system by December 25 this year. Training is being facilitated for those who are facing any problem regarding this. Though departments may face some issues in the beginning, implementation of the e-office system will bring good and long-term results. This will also be an important step towards enhancing transparency in official works, he added.

Secretary to the chief minister, Radhika Jha informed that the CM dashboard had been launched in 2017 on the directions of the chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. This dashboard will be implemented upto the district level in 2021. She further informed that the CM dashboard includes 205 key performance indicators, 86 state level priorities and 48 priority programmes.

IT advisor to the CM, Ravindra Datt Petwal, additional chief secretaries Radha Raturi, Manisha Panwar, secretaries RK Sudhanshu, Sowjanya, Sushil Kumar and ITDA director Amit Sinha along with other officials concerned were also present in the meeting. 

Saturday, 05 December 2020 | PNS | Dehradun

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