Oyo state government has disclosed plans to ensure a transition of its record keeping processes and registries in the state public and civil service from analog to digital through its office on ICT/e-governance.

The commissioner for establishment and training, Alhaji Siju Lawal stated this during a workshop organized by the state government for public and civil servants in the state registries and medical record officers in the state hospitals.

The commissioner explained that the present administration in the state was committed to promoting efficiency and effectiveness that would stimulate optimal performance of its workforce, and ensure the state public and civil service operate in line with international best practices.

Alhaji Lawal while urging participants to take advantage of the training to be diligent to their responsibilities said the workshop was part of efforts geared at  enhancing operational skills of participants for long term accountability as well as addressing series of lapses in government registries such as loss of personal files and other records .

Some of the participants at the workshop expressed optimism that the training would positively impact on their ability to discharge on their duties.

About sixty public and civil servants were participants at the workshop.

Iyabo  Adebisi


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