E-Government in Pakistan

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The e-Government in Pakisan was established October 2002. The e-Government was created by the Ministry of Information Technology.[1] So far following projects have been completed:

  • Online Processing of Hajj Applications and Status online Tracking for arrangements for Hujjaj
  • Automation of Prime Minister Secretariat, Islamabad
  • Online Nadra Card Application
  • E-Enablement of Senate & National Assembly of Pakistan
  • E-service for submission of documents at Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan
  • Automation of Estate Office
  • Development of Urdu Lexicon, Machine Translation & Text to Speech Software for Urdu Language
  • Online Access to Statutory Case Laws at District Bar Associations
  • Automation of Patent Office, Karachi
  • E-Enablement of Press Clubs
  • Salary Disbursement through ATMs
  • IT Skills Training Programme for Probationary Government Officers
  • Process Mapping for improving efficiency of Ministry of Science & Technology
  • Installation of LAN and implementation of Mail Tracking and Internal E-mail System at 07 Federal Government Divisions
  • IT Technical Support to Provinces and AJK
  • Development of PPHI Website

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