ECoR Goes Paperless, Implements e-office
Bhubaneswar: As a part of the digital initiative and with an aim to go paperless in office and also improving transparency and efficiency of the existing official work system, East Coast Railway (ECoR) today started e-office System which will be a part of National e-governance programme of the government.
General Manager of ECoR Vidya Bhushan inaugurated the NIC e-Office System at its headquarters, today in presence of Additional General Manager Sudhir Kumar and all Principal Heads of the departments of ECoR.
This e-Office System will be a great platform towards the paperless working of day to day activities and to bring transparency and efficiency in office functioning. This system will also promote a green initiative.
E-Office is cloud-enabled software developed by Nation Informatics Centre (NIC) that is being deployed/hosted from RailTel Tier III certified data Centres at Secundrabad and Gurgaon. It is based on the Central Secretariat Manual of e-Office Procedure (CSMeOP). The product is built as a single reusable system by bringing together independent functions and systems under a single framework to enhance transparency, increase accountability and transform the government work culture and ethics.
This system is initiated in a single framework to enhance transparency, increase accountability and transform the government work with culture and ethics.
Currently, four modules viz. File Management System (e-File), Knowledge Management System (KMS), Collaboration & Management Services (CAMS) and Personnel Information Management System (PIMS) will be the part of the e-office System.
The benefit of this system will be visible once the system is fully put to use and the manual file system has been stopped. “E-Office will enhance data security and integrity and promote innovation by releasing staff energy and time from unproductive process and procedures,” said an official.