Home Leads In eFiles

With the State Government is harping on Paperless Office, Department of Home (DoH) has taken the lead among the 38 Departments so far processing the files in Odisha Secretariat Workflow Automation System (OSWAS).

Thanks to the Tech Savvy ACS Home, Asit Kumar Tripathy, the DoH is not only going for more e-Files but also moving ahead for faster decision making as files are cleared in fastest mode.

Latest Application Report of the OSWAS in November 2017, reveals that as many as 15000 files are moved on OSWAS and DoH leads the lot by processing 2487 files as on 8 November, said sources.

While Departments like Revenue and Health are placed in Second and Third position in processing the files through OSWAS, Departments like Culture, Public Grievance, Excise and others are lagging behind.

Files processed within the Department of Home is much more than others, admit a senior official handling OSWAS.
There are less number of hard files and more files are on soft mode, which helps in faster and timely movement as in OSWAS tracking the files is easy and very convenient, said the officier.

e-Files and e-Daks are easily tracked and effortlessly officers are moving the files in Oswas.

ACS Home, Mr.Tripathy has started promoting movement of electronic files since he took over as ACS Home.
Earlier hardly 60-70 files were processed in OSWAS in DoH, which is on rise and it is also helping out in taking decision aty faster mode.
While DoH is leading from the front, Department of Revenue & Disaster Management is also not far behind.
DoRDM has processed 2472 files inside the department and created 1772 Daks by 8 November, which is also creditworthy, admit officials.
Principal Secretary Revenue & Disaster Management, Chandra Sekhar Kumar is also harping on paperless office, so there is so much generation and processing of files in OSWAS.
Similarly Department of Health & family Welfare has processed 1915 files and generated 1205 Daks, which speaks about fast movement of files and decision making on fast lane.
Secretary Health & Family Welfare, Pramod Kumar Meherda, known for hyperactiveness is also moving ahead for paperless office, admit officials.
Department of Higher Education has also taken cue in this regard and 1697 files have been processed by 8 November and 1148 Daks have been created, said sources.
ACS Higher Education G V V Sarma is also taking lot of interest in making Paperless Office, for which there is more files generated and processed in OSWAS, said a senior official.

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