Evidence based E-Governance

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Evidence based E-Governance

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  2. 2. NATIONAL MANAGEMENT COLLEGE 100th National Management Course Seminar Presentation on EVIDENCE BASED E-GOVERNANCE By Muhammad Saleem Ahmad Ranjha (Pakistan Custom Service) Sponsor DS: Sqn. Ldr. (R) Ahmed Yar Khan2
  3. 3. Sequence of Presentation • Introduction • Issues of the Governance • Objective • Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Pakistan • Landmark Projects • M-Government
  4. 4. Sequence of Presentation • Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) • Dr. Umer Saif • Motor Transport Management Information System • Crime Mapping • Livestock Data Collection • Citrus Diseases • Analysis • Recommendations 4
  5. 5. Introduction The World is Flat by Thomas L. Friedman NYT 5
  6. 6. Introduction • Rise of IT and Social Media • Mobile Banking • Impact on World Politics, Economy and Governance • The Traditional Government • Governments also changing and becoming more responsive and proactive • Do or Die 6
  7. 7. Issues of the Governance • Lack of transparency • Lack of trust • Corruption • Lack of proper feedback mechanism • Unreliable data 7
  8. 8. Objectives • Transparency in governance • Reducing corruption • Authenticity of data • Monitoring and evaluation of government projects 8
  9. 9. Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Pakistan • Mobile phones 125 million 8th • Internet connections 30 million 15th • Facebook 10 million 25th • Twitter 1.5 million 20th • Linkedin 1.5 million 12th 9 Source: Global Information Technology Report, 2013 by World Economic Forum www.Socialbakers.com
  10. 10. Landmark IT Projects • NADRA • Higher Education Commission (HEC) • Web based One Customs (WBOC) • Land Revenue Management Information System (LRMIS) • Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) • Jhang Model Citizen Feedback Model (CFM) 10
  11. 11. M-Government • Strategic use of government services, and applications using cell phone, laptops, PDAs and wireless internets • Availability of Government information and services “anytime anywhere” • Professor I. Kushchu Japan Mobile Government Consortium International (mGCI) • M-Government examples in Turkey, Philippines, Czech Republic and India 11
  12. 12. Punjab Information Technology Board www.pitb.gov.pk 12
  13. 13. Forbes on Dr. Umer Saif • http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterhigh/2014/02/03/ a-professor-with-a-western-past-remakes- pakistans-entrepreneurial-future/ 13
  14. 14. Motor Transport Management Information System (MVR-MTMIS II) 14
  15. 15. Motor Transport Management Information System (MVR-MTMIS II) 15
  16. 16. Motor Transport Management Information System (MVR-MTMIS II) - Salient Features • Customized application with outstanding process flow • Replication, deployment, training and maintenance along with connectivity in all Punjab districts • Registration of 3.6 million vehicle • Web-based tax calculator for registration transactions and token tax payment • Centralized data-based • Automated notices to tax deflators 16 Source: MTMIS.punjab.pk
  17. 17. Motor Transport Management Information System (MVR-MTMIS II) - Salient Features • Online connectivity with Customs authorities for verifications • Online data sharing with other provinces • Document scanning for registered vehicles • Ownership verification • Rs. 23 billion have been collected so far under this project 17Source: MTMIS.punjab.pk
  18. 18. Crime Mapping 18
  19. 19. Crime Mapping - Salient Features • Solution to facilitate the police for reporting of the crime from the location of occurrence • Helps getting holistic and real time perspective of crime reported • Helps for better crime fighting measures and performance analysis 19
  20. 20. Livestock Data Collection 20
  21. 21. Livestock Data Collection 21
  22. 22. Livestock Data Collection – Salient Features • Linking 3500 service centres of livestock department like mobile dispensary • Aims to provide support services to farmer of animals, artificial fertilization, vaccination and information services • Provides farmer and farm profiles • Disease Out break analysis • Utilization of services rendered (vaccination and medication) 22
  23. 23. Livestock Data Collection – Salient Features • Operational in 36 districts of Punjab • More than 600,000 farmer registered • Available to 1300 veterinary officers and assistants 23Source: www.pitb.gov.pk
  24. 24. Citrus Diseases 24
  25. 25. Citrus Diseases 25
  26. 26. Citrus Diseases – Salient Features • Developed by College of Agriculture and IT Department, University of Sargodha • First Pakistani android agricultural app in both Urdu and English • Helps in identifying the symptoms encompassing citrus diseases requiring immediate concerns • Helpful by Pakistani quarantine official for inspecting imports and exports of citrus • Many more agricultural android apps expected to follow 26
  27. 27. Analysis • Transition from brick and mortar to M- Government • IT is more than Word Processor and Power Point • Interactive Websites adjustable for M- Governance • Time to developing Mobile Apps • Information Communication Technology for Development ICT4D • E- Learning • E-Entrepreneurship 27
  28. 28. Recommendations • Replications in Federal and other provincial govts • Laptops & PDAs at CSA, SMC and NMC • Paperless Environment • Carbon Creditting • Head of Offices Periodic Meetings on ICT • 24/7 Monitoring • Action based Periodic Evaluation 28
  29. 29. Recommendations • Setting up Project Management Units • Setting up Dash Boards • Use of MS Excel • Use of MS Project • SMS and Mobile Apps • Involving the users through Crowd Sourcing • 360 Degree Feedback 29
  30. 30. Thank You 30

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