ISLAMABAD: The Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) has decided to implement an e-office and e-filling system to make use of modern technology to expedite the office affairs at its secretariat.
The decision was taken on the directives of Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood, during an important meeting of the IBCC IT and Equivalence Team held here Tuesday.
The meeting was chaired by Secretary IBCC Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah.
While addressing the meeting, Dr Mallah said that it is an urgent need to adopt e-filing and office automation system to expedite the affairs of the organization.
He added that the adoption of the digital system would eliminate outdated office system and the new system would track the file which will lead to timely implementation of the government policies and would also bring transparency to the affairs of the organization.
Dr Mallah appreciated the IT and Equivalence team for the successful launch of the IBCC web portland mobile apps for equivalence to facilitate the general public.
He directed the team to provide maximum assistance to the applicants applying through the IBCC web portal and the mobile app and resolve the issues related to digital payments.
Dr Mallah further directed the IT Team to expedite the deployment of the data centre and set the deadline for implementation of e-filing at the IBCC.