Chief Minister Pema Khandu recently launched the ‘Arunachal Pradesh CM Dashboard’ that will help the State government monitor the execution and implementation of various development projects and schemes of the Centre and the State Government.
‘The web-based real-time monitoring system will help us in assessing the performances of each districts and the departments and in ensuring effective delivery of services and faster decision making,’ Khandu said during the inaugural session. ‘This project was one of the few initiatives I had undertaken after taking over as Chief Minister with the objective to curtail corruption and to bring in efficiency by shifting to digital mode.’
He stated that the ‘old system of paperwork incurs huge costs and delays that cuts down the efficiency of the government’ and appealed the government officers to make the dashboard the ultimate repository point to access all information and data related to government departments.
Currently only three departments – education, health and agriculture have their database integrated with the CM dashboard.
Khandu also suggested that the information in the dashboard should be made available to the public. ‘This will help the public directly monitor the performances of each departments and overall of the government.’