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CM launches 8 technology driven solutions under 5T

Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday launched eight technology driven solutions under 5T initiatives for Home and GA & PG Departments through video conferencing.
The 5T Initiative (Technology, Transparency, Teamwork and Time Leading to Transformation) model of governance, launched in August 2019, requires each department of the State Government to draw up an annual work-plan for faster, better public service delivery systems leading to achieve transformational goals.
Launching the services, the Chief Minister said that the 5T model of governance along with ‘Mo Sarkar’ has brought about a perceptible improvement in the quality of governance and has eased the delivery of public services.
The CM expressed happiness that Odisha is the first state in the country to have put in place an advanced system which uses space technology and artificial intelligence to safeguard precious government lands in Bhubaneswar and ensure planned development. Patnaik hoped that it will bring in greater efficiency in overall management of government assets and enhance the accountability along with easier access to government resources by the citizens.
Speaking on his vision for the state the CM said, “We must ensure that all public services are delivered online and no citizen needs to visit a government office for this purpose.” Since the earlier deadline of August 15, 2020 has been delayed for Covid, the CM extended the new dateline to October 2, 2020, and asked all the departments to ensure online delivery of all public services by then.
Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy said our 5T initiative has made Odisha a model state in governance in the entire country and 105 types of services are being provided online. He also appreciated the efforts of Home and GA departments in this regard.
The State government launched the following technology solutions for public service:
BLUIS is the flagship development of GA & PG Dept under which a web and mobile-based solution has been developed to monitor changes in all government lands in Bhubaneswar by leveraging high resolution satellite imagery.
BLUIS is a geo-tagged repository of all the government lands in Bhubaneswar, created through high resolution satellite imagery to detect all changes taking place on government lands. The mobile app also enables crowd sourcing cases of unauthorised land use and can also be used by citizens to report any unauthorised development taking place over geo-tagged government lands.
e-Pravesh is a web and mobile based application with facial recognition technology to ease and authenticate entry for visitors to LokSeva, Rajiv Bhawan and Kharavel Bhawan. QR Code feature has been provided as an alternate verification tool for the security personnel.
e-Bhawan is an online system designed to provide government officials, public representatives and citizens easier access to booking rooms and other facilities provided by Bhawans located in other states. It provides online reservation and allotment, real time status tracking and multiple payment options for settlement of bills (cash/card/e-Banking/POS).
Comprehensive intranet solutions for management of State Guest House, Bhubaneswar, developed for efficient management of the operations of the Guest House. e-Atithi will streamline processes and enhance the guest experience.
5. HRMS 2.0
Human Resources Management System
HRMS 2.0 is a web and mobile based application that serves as a single window platform for all personnel related transactions for employees. It includes G2E services such as online leave application, online loan and advance application, e-Service Book, etc.
6. HRMS Mobile App
An HRMS mobile app has been developed with a leave application interface and provision for payslip generation.
7. LMS 2.0
Litigation Management System
LMS 2.0 is an online application to record information of legal cases and enable end-to-end communication between government officials and advocates during different stages of a case. It provides a smart technology solution to monitor court cases from initiation, online appointment scheduling and allotment of case to government advocate for preparation and submission of counter affidavit.
The ORTPSA Online Module is a dynamic dashboard for monitoring delivery of notified public services including integration of online services with a central monitoring system. 105 online services have been mapped on the dashboard developed under Central Monitoring System. An online Appeal and Revision Filing Module has also been developed to redress the grievances of citizens regarding delay in service delivery.
Among others, the Principal Secretary Home, Skill Development Authority Chairman, Chief Adviser to CMO, DC, Secretary to CM (5T) and senior officers were present in the meeting.

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