News Source: Dawn
LAHORE: The Punjab Information Technology Board has digitalised 270 projects in the last five years.
“We have digitalised projects related to law and order, health, education, judiciary, agriculture, economy, public services, jails, tax collection, land record, live stocks, syllabus books, electronic stamp papers and automation of Haj,” PITB Chairman Dr Umar Saif said at the launch of book ‘Digital Punjab’ on Wednesday.
He said the smart applications through technology were helping eradicate corruption and providing relief to the people through transparent process.
Talal Raza is a Program Manager at Media Matters for Democracy. He has worked with renowned media organizations and NGOs including Geo News, The Nation, United States Institute of Peace and Privacy International.