CHIEF SECRETARY LAUNCHED 3 NEW MODULES OF HRMS DEVELOPED BY CMGI
The new modules make all G2E transactions online
Bhubaneswar: As another step forward in the realization of 5T in Governance, Chief Secretary Sri Suresh Chandra Mohapatra launched three new modules of Human Resource Management System (HRMS) of State Government employees today in Lokseba Bhawan conference hall. With these three modules the HRMS has become a comprehensive system, and, all Government to Employee ( G2E) transactions have been made online.
Launching the modules, Chief Secretary Sri Mohapatra said, “these new modules developed by Center for Modernizing Government Initiatives ( CMGI) will be of immense help to all departments in quick disposal of departmental proceedings, quarter allotment and vacation, and timely verification of service records for sanction of different benefits”. He directed all departments and employees to make the best use of the system and assured that any operational difficulty would be resolved duly.
Outlining the modules, Additional Chief Secretary Home Sri Sanjeev Chopra said, “HRMS 2.0 was launched by Hon’ble Chief Minister on 8th July 2020. The presently launched eDisciplicary proceeding ( eDP), e Quarter management system ( eQMS), eService book ( eSB) are further added to the system. This makes the system more inclusive and effective”.
Executive Director of CMGI Md. Sadique Alam appraised “eDP has the provisions for issue of online show-cause notice to the delinquent officer, issue of hearing notices, disposal by the disciplinary authority, appeal to the appellate authority if any; and, online tracking of the implementation of the final order”. Similarly, eQMS tracks occupation and vacancy of Government quarter on a real-time basis, auto-generation of eviction process when required, eCourt management system of Estate Court, SMS alter the system to the Government employee at the stage of allotment, retention, vacation, and eviction, etc, It is also integrated with iFMS for online payment of arrear dues. eService Book captures all service records and entries in the Service Book of Government employees. It has the facility of auto updation upon posting, transfer, and sanction of claims. eSB provides ‘employee interface’ to view his/her own service records and give feedback if any anomaly is found. The pension sanctioning authority will be able to send eSB to the AG for the processing of pension papers.
Development Commissioner Sri Pradeep Kumar Jena, Principal Secretaries, and Secretaries of various departments along with senior officers of General Administration and Public Grievance and CMGI participated in the occasion.