- Year of Completion : 2014
- User Department : State Reorganization Department, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh
The Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014 which is also called Telangana bill is an Act of Indian Parliament proclaiming the bifurcation of the existing Andhra Pradesh State into two states namely Telangana and residuary Andhra Pradesh. The key activity for all the departments to enable state bifurcation is the collection of the information pertaining to the physical and capital assets, human resources, inventory etc., consolidation and allocation of the same to the prospective states, using the criteria prescribed by the Government. Considering the geographical spread of the various functional units and the voluminous information on various aspects to be collated for the state bifurcation, it is envisaged to develop an IT solution that captures the key information of all departments in a uniform format and establish a comprehensive databank.
Considering the experience of Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad in implementing e-Governance solutions, Finance Department approached CGG to develop a technical solution for effective management of the human and capital assets’ information of all the State Secretariat departments, Head of Departments, Corporations, statutory bodies etc. of Andhra Pradesh. The proposed solutions will enable effective allocation of the assets and liabilities as per the guidelines and will have several Management Information System (MIS) and analysis reports for reviewing and monitoring the task of reorganization. The Solution has integration with the existing Human Resource Management System (HRMS) of the GoAP, to ensure the authenticity of data and to avoid duplication.
To operationalise the State Reorganization related activities, all the departments were issued guidelines detailing the preparatory works and the formats for collection of data pertaining to Assets, Files, Units/posts/Employee data, etc. The manually collected data was fed into the AP reorganization portal developed by Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad. The MIS reports and analysis reports require for review and monitoring of the key information of all the departments were provided. Consolidated was Department-wise and proposed State-wise.