ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of IT and Telecom has composed a letter to all government assistants cyber, inquiring to change sites of their particular ministries as well as affixed divisions to the main information centre of the National Telecommunication Firm (NTC) to shield their data and sites from possible cyber strikes.
The IT ministry has likewise asked the federal government divisions to move to as well as make use of all main e-mails at ‘gov.pk’.
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The letter stated that official sites on private domain names were subjected to cyber attacks which might lead to loss and also leak of delicate as well as crucial data.
The letter was created on the instruction of Federal Minister for IT Syed Amin ul Haq on Thursday who supervised a meeting to examine development on the e-office project of the federal government being executed by the National Infotech Board (NITB).
The NITB has actually established the e-office app to assist federal government divisions go paperless.
The e-office concept is focused on enhancing internal efficiency in all federal government departments with electronic management.
At present, 16 ministries and also departments have actually achieved the level 4 of e-office which meants they are doing their work in completely paperless environment. The job continues in around 40 ministries and also divisions as well as 107 departments of the federal government.
A senior authorities of the ministry concerned claimed that all divisions were likely to get to the level 4 e-office by the end of 2021 as Covid-19 lockdowns had actually quickened the process as well as highlighted value of digitisation of all federal government departments.
The e-office idea is a global fad as physical motion of documents as well as documents takes in a great deal of time as well as it requires continuous surveillance of these documents and papers from desk to workdesk prior to their getting to the elderly officials for a final decision on them.
Under the e-office programme, the NITB has educated 14,300 public servant as well as around Rs300 million has actually been saved every year in fixed budget while approximately 80 percent saving of operating time has actually been noted in the departments that have actually totally ended up being computerised