e-PMIS a step towards Smart Bangladesh

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City Desk :
Speakers at a workshop said that Electronic Project Management Information System (e-PMIS) of Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division (IMED) under the Ministry of Planning is a step towards achievement of the vision for “Smart Bangladesh”.
Such an observation came to the fore at a workshop for stakeholders on development of e-PMIS software at the NEC Conference Room in the capital’s Sher-e-Bangla Nagar area recently . The Central Procurement Technical Unit (CPTU) of IMED organized the workshop under the Digitizing Implementation Monitoring and Public Procurement Project (DIMAPPP). The CPTU has been implementing the project with support from the World Bank, said a press release, reports BSS.
The CPTU has developed the e-PMIS for project monitoring and evaluation electronically by IMED under DIMAPPP.Secretary, IMED, Abul Kashem Md. Mohiuddin was present in the workshop as the chief guest while Additional Secretary, IMED (Administration), Dr. Gazi Md. Saifuzzaman, attended it as the special guest.
Director General of CPTU, Mohammed Shoheler Rahman Chowdhury, presided over the programme. Md. Aknur Rahman Ph.D, Director, CPTU, made a detailed presentation on the e-PMIS Software.
His presentation touched upon key stakeholders of e-PMIS, key features, objectives, benefits, modules, mobile app, integration with external systems, user roles and responsibilities and functionalities.
Aknur in his presentation put thrust on implementation of e-PMIS to reach the goal for establishing Smart Bangladesh.
The objectives of e-PMIS are to ensure transparency and accountability in projects under the Annual Development Programme (ADP).