Sensitive records, files to be moved to Srinagar in just 10 trucks


Implementation of e-Office from current Darbar Move


JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Government on Monday ordered to completely switch over to e-office by April 15, 2021 to improve efficiency and effectiveness in the government functioning and to obviate the requirement of physical movement of files and records from Jammu to Srinagar and vice-versa.
To ensure the timely implementation of the decision, all records and files of various Government Departments have been digitized except some files/records which are sensitive/confidential in nature and require to be carried to Srinagar, an order stated, adding that while finalizing Darbar Move arrangements, it has been decided that only ten trucks shall be arranged for shifting such sensitive records, files to Srinagar.
“Accordingly, it is impressed upon all the Administrative Secretaries to compile a list of such confidential/sensitive files/records, including files/records of respective Subordinate move offices, which have not been scanned and require to be carried to Srinagar. The quantum of such files be provided by all the departments to the General Administration Department by 15th April, 2021 for approval”, the order read.
“Further, arrangements shall also be put in place by all the Administrative Secretaries in the Civil Secretariat, Jammu, for maintaining and retrieval of files/records by retaining some man power/record keepers from each Department at Jammu”, states an order issued by Manoj Kumar Dwivedi Commissioner/Secretary, GAD.
The Director Estates has been asked to ensure the proper upkeep and safeguard of files/records to be kept at Jammu with proper anti-rodent and anti-termite measures.