Lt Governor launches JK Public Works- Online Management, Monitoring & Accounting System; “Hamari Sadak” & “Tameer Taraqqi” Mobile Apps


Taking a major leap towards strengthening the e-Governance structure and bringing transparency in the system, Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha today launched JK Public Works- Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (JKPW-OMMAS), besides two apps- “Hamari Sadak” & “Tameer Taraqqi” of J&K Public Works (R&B) department.
The online initiatives have been developed through Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and J&K e-Governance agency, IT department and shall facilitate Complete Online Management and Monitoring of infrastructure with following functionalities: GIS enabled Infrastructure Management System, Geo Tracking of Roads, Online Searching of Infrastructure (Locate on Map), Addition of new Infrastructure with GIS information, Draw Road with Open Street Map and dynamic Update of Infrastructure.
It will also enable Complete Automation of Human Resource Activities viz. Online Employee Details, Online Seniority List, Online APR, Addition of New Employee, besides Online Update of Employee Information.
The Lt Governor congratulated the Public Works (R&B) department for developing the online portal and mobile apps, enhancing transparency in the overall functioning of the department and making Jan Bhagidhari an integral part of the project execution process by seamless flow of information in the public domain.
Complete automation of Human Resource Activities, management and monitoring of infrastructure, Project proposal and estimation, Project execution and Quality control is being done to bring greater transparency and accountability in the functioning of the PW(R&B) department, said the Lt Governor.
Moreover, the new online initiatives are also aimed at making the grievance management system more robust and responsive by covering important features like online registration of new grievances, tracking of grievances, online monitoring and real time grievance report, observed the Lt Governor