KP CM directs expediting work to set up CFCs

Staff Reporter

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has directed the concerned authorities to expedite the process for the establishment of Citizen Facilitation Centers (CFCs) to ensure the establishment of a model CFC in the provincial capital within a period of next three months and in the divisional headquarters in six months.

He issued these directives while chairing a meeting to review progress on various initiatives to be launched under E-Government Strategy of the provincial government here on Monday.

The purpose of giving the deadline to the concerned authorities for the launching of E-Summary System is aimed to improve the efficiency of government departments and cut short the lengthy and time consuming process involved in the existing manual system of summary approval.

Provincial Cabinet Members Atif Khan, Arif Ahmadzai and Kamran Bangash, Additional Chief Secretary Shahab Ali Shah, Principal Secretary to CM Amjad Ali Khan, Senior Member Board of Revenue Syed Zafar Ali Shah, concerned administrative secretaries and other relevant authorities attended the meeting.

The meeting reviewed in detail progress so far made on the establishment of CFCs and launching of Paperless Governance Initiative with special focus on E-Summary System.

Briefing the meeting about the establishment of CFCs, it was informed that 38 to 40 various kind of services of nine different service delivery departments would be provided to the citizens in the CFCs under one roof which include issuance of Domicile Certificate, National Identity Card.

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