Indian states integrate treasury IT with central system

2 Aug 17
Information technology systems of treasuries in seven states in India’s north east have been integrated with the India-wide Union Public Financial Management System, the nation’s finance ministry has said.

It said this step had been taken to provide the centre and state governments with a real time, reliable and meaningful management information system and to better track fund flows from the central government to states.

States involved are Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim, and Tripura.

The ministry’s Department of Expenditure has taken a series of initiatives in public expenditure management in the north eastern states with a focus on capacity building among state government officials and integration of the state treasuries with the Union Public Financial Management System.

In last six months, 15 training sessions have been organised by the system’s Central Project Management Unit for officials in the north eastern states and participants have also attended treasury integration workshops in New Delhi. 

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