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Cross Rivers State plans paperless civil service


The Cross River State Government has given out 5000 laptops to civil and public servants in the state as a way of ensuring a paperless civil service and build capacity to improve on service delivery.

Liyel Imoke, Governor of Cross River, presented the laptops recently during the re-launch of Computer Acquisition Programme for Civil/Public Servants as part of activities marking the 2014 May Day celebration at the Abraham Odia Stadium, University of Calabar, Calabar.

The hope is to digitalise the state civil service, Imoke said noting that “the computer acquisition programme has been re-launched with in-built mechanisms to address the teething issues (such as inadequate power supply, poor after-sale care, lack of replacement parts and training, among others) associated with its previous incarnation.”

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