Initiatives to make government more accessible

PUTRAJAYA: The government will implement many more initiatives which will make the government more accessible and mobile. 

Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan said the launch of the e-Land system for instance, would modernise the process of land administration.

Other initiatives include the e-Local Authority System (ePBT), the AgriBazaar for rural agricultural community, the e-Syariah on the Syariah court management system and the school management system.

"A mobile government essentially means that customers can transact with us from where they are, not where we (the provider).

"A technology and innovation that can be so simple, that you don't even notice that you have just been served - that to me is the ultimate service," he said when speaking at the Executive Talk and Knowledge Sharing Event at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC), here on Tuesday May 25.

Also present was the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Corporation Steve Ballmer who later presented an award to Mohd Sidek for the successful implementation of the Malaysia e-Government.

Mohd Sidek said it was not about the 5-star hotel pampering but it was about getting done what had to be done in the simplest, shortest and most efficient manner.

"If we can do that at every level of our internal and external transactions, using the best that technology and innovation combined can bring, we would have taken Public Service delivery to a whole new level altogether, not only in Malaysia, but globally setting new benchmarks," he said. - Bernama
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