The meeting was given a detailed briefing by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board on digitizing essential services for the citizens. In the first phase, 17 services related to Local Government Department, Board of Revenue and Excise and Taxation Department will be digitized for the convenience of the public. The meeting was informed that the back-end data of the departments is being digitized to make the project a reality. In the first phase, necessary documents and matters will be digitized for the provision of departmental records on the system, after which the system will be launched for the citizens. PC One will soon be submitted to the Planning and Development Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for approval.
17 Services include Birth, Marriage, Death, Divorce Certificate, Water Bill, Drainage Complaint, Construction Approval, Illegal Construction Complaint, Excise File Tracking System, Vehicle Number Plates and Registration, Land Record Matters Included. The meeting was informed that work is underway on a web portal to provide all these services on a single platform which will facilitate the public. A briefing has also been given to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on the project while some services have already been digitized by various departments which will be integrated in the IT Portal’s web portal. This will be done and training will also be given to the officials of Local Government Department, Board of Revenue and Excise In addition, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB) is working on an integrated system of integrated payment gateways, combining various money transfer systems, EasyPasa, Jazz Cash and banking e-payment systems, for which various banks and mobile companies Has been contacted and soon this facility will also be available for the convenience of the public.