IT infrastructure: USAID, water and power ministry collaborate

Thursday, December 29th, 2011 4:00:12 by



ISLAMABAD: 

The US Government sponsored Power Distribution Program has started providing computers, laptops, servers and printers to the Ministry of Water and Power. This assistance is aimed at improving the IT infrastructure of the ministry and the efficiency of the staff, according to a press release issued today.

The existing IT infrastructure at MWP is pretty rudimentary with very little internal or external communications. “This lack of IT facilities results in low efficiency at the ministry. The officials spend a lot of time in searching for Cases, locating earlier decisions or summaries and travelling to attend meetings. A basic Case Tracking System (CTS) can help transform the manual logging and registration of files as they move from officer to officer and, are many times lost in the traffic.” said Robert Kolling, USAID Adviser to the Ministry of Water and Power said on the occasion of handing over the first batch of equipment.

USAID Power Distribution Program is assisting Pakistan power sector in improving its overall performance and reducing losses. One component of this assistance is the advisory services provided by the Power Sector Reform Working Group (PSRWG) based at the Ministry of Water and Power (MWP). Working with the officials of MWP, this group has identified the need to update and expand the current Information Technology (IT) infrastructure at MWP.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 29th, 2011.



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IT infrastructure: USAID, water and power ministry collaborate

Thursday, December 29th, 2011 4:00:12 by



ISLAMABAD: 

The US Government sponsored Power Distribution Program has started providing computers, laptops, servers and printers to the Ministry of Water and Power. This assistance is aimed at improving the IT infrastructure of the ministry and the efficiency of the staff, according to a press release issued today.

The existing IT infrastructure at MWP is pretty rudimentary with very little internal or external communications. “This lack of IT facilities results in low efficiency at the ministry. The officials spend a lot of time in searching for Cases, locating earlier decisions or summaries and travelling to attend meetings. A basic Case Tracking System (CTS) can help transform the manual logging and registration of files as they move from officer to officer and, are many times lost in the traffic.” said Robert Kolling, USAID Adviser to the Ministry of Water and Power said on the occasion of handing over the first batch of equipment.

USAID Power Distribution Program is assisting Pakistan power sector in improving its overall performance and reducing losses. One component of this assistance is the advisory services provided by the Power Sector Reform Working Group (PSRWG) based at the Ministry of Water and Power (MWP). Working with the officials of MWP, this group has identified the need to update and expand the current Information Technology (IT) infrastructure at MWP.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 29th, 2011.



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IT infrastructure: USAID, water and power ministry collaborate

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ISLAMABAD: 

The US Government sponsored Power Distribution Program has started providing computers, laptops, servers and printers to the Ministry of Water and Power. This assistance is aimed at improving the IT infrastructure of the ministry and the efficiency of the staff, according to a press release issued today.

The existing IT infrastructure at MWP is pretty rudimentary with very little internal or external communications. “This lack of IT facilities results in low efficiency at the ministry. The officials spend a lot of time in searching for Cases, locating earlier decisions or summaries and travelling to attend meetings. A basic Case Tracking System (CTS) can help transform the manual logging and registration of files as they move from officer to officer and, are many times lost in the traffic.” said Robert Kolling, USAID Adviser to the Ministry of Water and Power said on the occasion of handing over the first batch of equipment.

USAID Power Distribution Program is assisting Pakistan power sector in improving its overall performance and reducing losses. One component of this assistance is the advisory services provided by the Power Sector Reform Working Group (PSRWG) based at the Ministry of Water and Power (MWP). Working with the officials of MWP, this group has identified the need to update and expand the current Information Technology (IT) infrastructure at MWP.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 29th, 2011.



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IT infrastructure: USAID, water and power ministry collaborate

Thursday, December 29th, 2011 4:00:07 by
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ISLAMABAD: 

The US Government sponsored Power Distribution Program has started providing computers, laptops, servers and printers to the Ministry of Water and Power. This assistance is aimed at improving the IT infrastructure of the ministry and the efficiency of the staff, according to a press release issued today.

The existing IT infrastructure at MWP is pretty rudimentary with very little internal or external communications. “This lack of IT facilities results in low efficiency at the ministry. The officials spend a lot of time in searching for Cases, locating earlier decisions or summaries and travelling to attend meetings. A basic Case Tracking System (CTS) can help transform the manual logging and registration of files as they move from officer to officer and, are many times lost in the traffic.” said Robert Kolling, USAID Adviser to the Ministry of Water and Power said on the occasion of handing over the first batch of equipment.

USAID Power Distribution Program is assisting Pakistan power sector in improving its overall performance and reducing losses. One component of this assistance is the advisory services provided by the Power Sector Reform Working Group (PSRWG) based at the Ministry of Water and Power (MWP). Working with the officials of MWP, this group has identified the need to update and expand the current Information Technology (IT) infrastructure at MWP.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 29th, 2011.



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