Govt depts to go paperless, says Mahmood.

PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has inaugurated the automated General Provident Fund system for government employees at Accountant General Complex enabling government employees to check their GP Fund balance online.

The chief minister also launched a pilot project for an online payments system enabling project authorities not to visit the AG office and cheques will be released and received online, according to a statement issued by the Chief Minister's Secretariat here on Friday.

The chief minister said the AG office played an important role in providing services and the provincial government had provided all possible support to the AG office to resolve their problems.

'Our ultimate goal is to improve the overall services delivery by introducing innovative approaches in the system,' the statement quoted the CM as saying.

He said solarisation of nine district account offices in the province, including the merged districts, had been completed with support of the provincial government while a Rs860 million project had been approved for the reconstruction and repairing of 11 district account offices.

Inaugurates automated GP Fund system

The chief minister said a project worth Rs580 million had been approved for eight district account offices in the merged districts.

He said solarisation of offices in remote...

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