This latest move by Indian Railways is set to save operational cost, reduce carbon foot print
In a latest move to cut operational cost and reduce the carbon foot print of this gigantic organisation, Indian Railways has signed MoU with RailTel for Phase 2 of e-Office Execution.
Of late, Indian Railways has been taking many crucial and important decisions to make the department better and save cost. Now, in a latest move to cut operational cost and reduce the carbon foot print of this gigantic organisation, Indian Railways has signed MoU with RailTel for Phase 2 of e-Office Execution.
Noteworthy, e-office fosters paper-less culture which will not only save operational cost but also reduce the carbon foot print which is one of the most urgent needs of the world and directly impacting every citizen of the country.
After the successful completion of the Phase 1 execution of NIC e office for 50000 users in 58 units, Indian Railways has signed MoU with RailTel, a miniratna PSU under Ministry of Railways, for the phase 2 of the project.
In phase 2, RailTel will register 39000 users over 34 Railway divisions on NIC e office platform by 30th June 2020.
The phase 1 of NIC e-office execution started with a mandate to complete the work by March 2020. But with a lightning speed of execution RailTel completed the work way ahead of time and successfully created 50000+ users in 58 units of Indian Railways and trained the executives to handle the platform in a span of mere 6 months’ time, said an official statement.
ED/TD, Railway Board, Umesh Balonda, and GM/IT project/RailTel, Haritima Jaipuriar, signed the Memorandum of Understanding. Chairman, Railway Board, Vinod Kumar Yadav, Member S&T, Railway Board, Pradeep Kumar, CMD, RailTel, Puneet Chawla and other senior officials of Railways and RailTel were present on the occasion.
-NIC e-Office is a cloud enabled software developed by National Informatics centre (NIC) that is being deployed/hosted from RailTel Tier III certified data centres at Secundrabad and Gurgaon.
-It is based on Central Secretariat Manual of e-Office Procedure (CSMeOP).
-Currently 4 modules (File Management System (eFile), Knowledge Management System (KMS), Collaboration & Messaging Services (CAMS) & Personnel Information Management System (PIMS) are the part of the e-office system being implemented.
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