In each district of Baluchistan, e-facilitation centers will be established
A news source reported on May 8 that Baluchistan Chief Minister (CM) Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has approved the establishment of e-facilitation centers in all Baluchistan districts.
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According to the specifics, the work of various departments will be streamlined through the use of e-facilitation centers. It will also provide services to citizens through a single point of contact. The province’s first e-facilitation center will be established in Quetta, followed by other districts.
With the assistance of deputy commissioners, the Department of Science and Information Technology has been tasked with identifying suitable abandoned or underutilized structures for the establishment of e-facilitation centers throughout the province. The Science and Information Technology department will provide technical support for the implementation of e-service centers.
On the premise of population and geography, urban facilitation centers will be established to provide multiple services under one roof. The total cost of establishing an e-facilitation center in each district will be 10 million Pakistani rupees, while 350 million Pakistani rupees will be required to establish the centers in all districts.