Planning Commission today approved the PC-1 for Computerization of Prime Minister Secretariat (Phase II) with a total revised cost of Rs. 193.78 million, revealed documents available with ProPakistani.
Project was originally approved in June 2007 (with a cost of Rs. 23 million), but was revised in June 2014 with an estimated cost of Rs. 59.04 million. Recently the estimated cost was revised again with a total value of at Rs. 193.78 million.
Phase two of the project will be executed by National Information Technology Board while funds are provided from PSDP.
The project is meant for catering hardware, networking and human resource requirements of both Prime Minister’s House and Secretariat.
The project will also include provision of ERP application modules i.e. Human Resource Management System, Internal Communication and file movement, Budget and Accounts System and Inventory & Procurement.
Furthermore a comprehensive Cyber Security Plan has been added in the revised project.
The software applications developed through this project will include Public Grievances Management System and Visitors Pass Management System etc.
Furthermore, Prime Minister Office’s official website and Youth Programme website will also be taken care of by the project staff. The software for Prime Minister’s Task Management and Public Affair System will also be developed.
NITB will complete the project by June 2018.