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Panel formed to automate TN Secretariat

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CHENNAI, July 22

THE Tamil Nadu Government is going ahead with a project to automate the functions of the Secretariat, for which it has constituted a steering committee headed by the Chief Secretary and comprising secretaries to some departments.

According to the Government Order, Tata Consultancy Services has submitted a proposal for a Secretariat Knowledge System, a project intended to automate the functions of the Secretariat, to the Government.

The objective of the Secretariat Knowledge System is to build an electronic work place at the Secretariat to create an office management system, prevent unnecessary work, enhance productivity, use IT as a vehicle to design an effective workplace, and policy based processing.

The features include automatic routine tasks such as file movement, file numbering, correspondence numbering, maintenance of personal register, helping decision through check list, access to precedent Acts.

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