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OMGI stands for Orissa Modernizing Government Initiatives. It represents a range of change and development plans that aim at improving the delivery of public services across different Departments. It also aims at bringing about greater efficiency in the utilization of available resources by the adoption of modern tools of management and leveraging information and communication technology
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The Government of Orissa have identified human resource management function as a common thread that binds all the Departments. At present, the GoO has about 4.70 lakh employees on its rolls. The Government recognizes the need for an information technology solution to address the needs and streamline its complex and dispersed Human Resource Management System

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Transparency & Accountability

A pilot scheme involving pairs of nine districts and nine Departments have been undertaken for modernizing the management of database by the application of information and communication technology for improving the planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of the  programmes of  the Departments

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The programme for E-Governance aims at creating the infrastructural capacity and improving the    access methods of the citizens to the public services rendered by the Government. A network of Community Information and Service Center is envisaged to be set up for improving the reach of the different schemes of the Government.
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The introduction of E-procurement makes the manual process redundant. The notice for tender, submission of documents and evaluation of tender will be done electronically under E-procurement. This will bring greater transparency in the entire process.
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The redeployment of surplus personnel is an important task that is required for rational allocation of the human resources within the different Departments of the Government. The Departments having surplus staff report the details of the surplus staff  to the General Administration Department  in the prescribed manner.

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Centre for Good Governance

For improving governance there is a need to have an exclusive institution that will conduct policy research and also organize training programmes for all the employees of the State Government.

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Anti-Corruption Action Plan

State Government has taken new initiatives for strengthening of Anti-Corruption Measures in the Government. An action plan for anti corruption has been formulated.

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Improving Public Services Delivery

Achieving high citizen's satisfaction through delivery of public services within reasonable time and cost is the central objective of governance. Having a smart, efficient and citizen-centric Government office is the key to ensuring proper delivery of public services to the citizens

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Training and Developement

To enable the employees to improve their knowledge and skills, it is important to provide them training and send them on exposure visit from time to time

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Litigation Management System

The number of litigation against Government has been growing at a fast pace in recent times. There is said to be more than one lakh cases against the Government in different Departments

PM's Award for Excellence in Public Admn.

With a view to recognizing the extraordinary and exemplary performance of civil servants, the Government of India announces institution of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Public Administration.

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