The Ministry of Aviation has launched a Digital Service Centre to effectively deliver services to the nation’s aviation sector.
Osita Chidokam the Minister of Aviation, who launched the Centre on Monday, says it will promote “the digitization of the Ministry’s operations for effective service delivery.”
It was set up in compliance with the directive from the Office of the Head of Service of the Federation that Ministries and Agencies should improve their capabilities to effectively implement Government policies under the Transformation Agenda, Chidoka says.
He adds that the Digital Centre will make access to information in line with the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) easy and faster, facilitate data archiving, online chatting for enquiries, directory, comments and feedbacks.
The Minister told staff of the Ministry to use to improve and impact the Ministry and the aviation sector positively.
K Yemi Adelakunm the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Aviation said at the commissioning that the Digital Service Centre was a brain-child of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation and all MDAs have been mandated to replicate it.
According to him, the Aviation Digital Centre has 20 computers, which have been programmed to serve the Ministry and entire aviation sector.