On November 26–27, J-K will host the National e-Government Conference.

Jammu and Kashmirs government to hold two-day conference in Katra, India, in conjunction with Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances . 1000 participants from 28 states and 8 Union Territories, as well as officials from Central Ministries and departments .

On November 26-27, 2022, Jammu and Kashmir's government is planning to hold a two-day conference in Katra, India, in conjunction with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, with 1000 participants from 28 states and 8 Union Territories, as well as officials from Central Ministries and departments.The two-day conference, according to J-K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, will be held in the Shrimata The Lt Governor said that technology has changed the rules and procedures, increasing accountability and transparency in the system and allowing us to provide services more effectively and efficiently.He also announced that the government has been more transparent, and objective, and has been able to create new delivery models to ensure people have a quick access to e-Services.A MoU between the IT Departments J&K UT and Haryanas Department of Information Technology will also be signed for knowledge sharing, idea exchange, and capacity building in the IT industry.According to him, Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory recorded more than 2 crore e-transactions in October 2022, up from 10.5 lakh in the same period in 2021.e-Governance involves inclusion, placing people first, establishing a real-time grievance resolution system, bridge the digital divide, easing the transition between business and life, and allowing people to freely comment on their use of public facilities.

The two-day National e-Governance conference is expected to go a long way toward identifying new e-participation strategies and increasing collaboration with colleagues to ensure efficient service delivery, according to the Lt Governor.In the last two years, several e-governance initiatives have been launched to reach out to people and improve efficiency and transparency in the J&K government's operations.The government also launched the Digital Jammu and Kashmir initiative, which aims to offer all government services in digital format through a single service delivery portal.The aim is to make government more effective, efficient, and citizen-centered by harnessing the power of technology for inclusive growth, according to the National e-Governance Delivery Assessment Report (NeSDA) by DARPG, GoI for the year 2021.

Jammu and Kashmir has been ranked first among UTs in both the State portal and online services with the highest level of conformance with NeSDA requirements.Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of Science and Technology, and Minister of State in the Prime Ministers' Office, will inaugurate the conference.According to the release, the Lt Governor's leadership session for the J&K Vision Document and the launch of J&K Cybersecurity strategy will be held on November 27.The adoption of e-office in all government offices has improved government's overall operations in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

According to the official statement, more than 300 offices have been fully operational on e-office as of this date.According to the official statement, Darbar Move included the movement of hundreds of trucks to transport official documents and facilities across a distance of over 300 kilometers between Jammu and Srinagar and vice-versa.According to the statement, the 149-year-old method cost about Rs 400 crore per year.According to the release, the Rapid Assessment System (RAS) of UT of Jammu and Kashmir ranks first amongst UTs in the RAS integration of services with 227 services integrated with RAS.

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