• 13 Nov, 2018
  • Digital Governance

Project Description

Assasay is an assets Management System, specially developed for the management of fixed assets of Government Departments.

The system is used to assign and generate QR-Code against each fixed asset. There are two applications developed to use the system, a web based application for getting register and uploading fixed assets data from a spread sheet, and a mobile application that is being used for scanning the generated QR-Code. Once the code is scanned using mobile Application, all relevant information related to an asset is shown up to department's user. Name and details of all departments have been added to the system, a designated person from each department can visit the website for registration and select department and nature of department to get register. After logging in, user many upload data from excel file or may use system form to enter each asset's detail, System automatically generate QR-Code against each asset and a bulk print option is available to print QR-Code on sticky pages using any printer. Departments could be given access to create district and tehsil level users if required. Department can view how much items have been procured during a time period and what was the cost of the procurement, department may also view the overall report of items purchased based on item categories.


  • 13 Nov, 2018
  • Digital Governance

Project Description

PSA is both Mobile and Web Application developed for the process automation of issuing of summons and notices from different courts.In the Manual Process, Respondent or a person who shall receive notice from honourable Judge may refuse in court that he/she didn't receive any notice from the Court, or on the other side a Process Serving Agent (PS Agent) who is responsible to dispatch the court's notice may not visit the desired place.

In order to overcome the issues in current practices, PSA application has been developed to improve the ongoing process. PSA web shall be used by Niab Nazir or Court itself to create new Notice, the Notice may be summon, Warrant, Notice Auction, Notice Property Plutch or any other type. The newly created notice shall have all related information of Notice and the Person's details who shall be receiving the notice, after new notice is created it is then marked to the Process Serving Agent of the same district or to Court of the other District. PS Agent receive a notification message on his Mobile Phone, this message shall have all relevant information of the Notice and Address detail where the Notice shall be dispatched. PS Agent visits the place, takes photos of the place and records an audio of the receiving person, System automatically picks the geo-location of the place from where the photos has been taken or the Activity has been possessed, thus court can verify that the place has been visited or activity has been performed on particular date time.


  • 20 Apr, 2018
  • Digital Governance, Digital Economy

Project Description

The need for developing a Testing Agency for Automated Recruitment Process is driven by number of factors mainly efficiency, transparency and scalability. Automated Recruitment Process is efficient means of assessing candidates in huge numbers under identical conditions. Automated Recruitment Process provides a tool to benchmark candidates in a uniform manner, but most importantly it is the apparatus to ensure transparency & credibility.

The current recruitment and assessment process is inefficient, prone to errors and performance issues usually go unnoticed due to lack of regulatory oversight.

The KP IT Board Testing Agency can be easily scaled by expanding the testing labs all over the province to extend its benefit to remote and far flung areas to ensure the convenience of the applicants.


  • 20 Apr, 2018
  • Digital Governance

Project Description

Development of a web-based automation platform “ITELAA” for digitization of police FIR reporting system. Under the pilot project in Malakand, establishment of a central command and control room to monitor centrally connected 14 Levy Posts and 6 Chowkis through ITELAA platform and online supervision of Malakand Levies force’s operations through vehicle tracking system. Malakand District depicts a unique setup in the country where the regular policing functions of law and order are performed by Malakand Levies Force under the command of the Deputy Commissioner. After successful deployment in Malakand, the ITELAA platform will be introduced in all districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to further enhance the image of police force and ensure peace and stability in the province.

KPITB will deploy the software “ITELAA” for automation of FIR/Roznamcha and other registers in locations identified by the the Home and Tribal Affairs Department, Govt. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.For provision of ITELAA software at each Police Station/Post location, KPITB will be provided a software licensing fee by the Home Department for software provision, maintenance and technical support purposes.


  • 20 Apr, 2018
  • Digital Governance

Project Description

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB) intends to establish Citizen Facilitation Centers (CFCs) across the province phase wise in collaboration of various Departments of Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In the first phase, CFC will be established in Peshawar whereas in the next phases it will be established in other districts of the province. KPITB would execute the project, whereas the Chief Secretary, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would provide support in bridging and directing the line-department for necessary automation and alterations in their business processes.

Citizen Facilitation Centers are one stop service centers to be established for facilitation of citizens to access public services. The focus is to provide consolidated access to various services such as provision of domicile certificates, route permits, driving licenses, arms licenses, death certificates, birth certificates, divorce/ marriage certificates, affidavits, provision of Fard, mutation, character certificates, challan/ fine payments, vehicles registrations, transfer of ownership of vehicles, grant of water connections and supply of clean drinking water etc. The CFCs will serve as an interface between the general public and government departments. With the establishment of CFCs, transparency, accessibility, and efficiency of public service delivery systems would be improved significantly.


  • 17 Aug, 2017
  • Digital Access, Digital Governance

Project Description

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board - KPITB in collaboration with the KP Health Department signed an agreement with COMSATS Internet Services for establishing and operating a Telemedicine Center in Behali, District Manshera. The facility will be extended across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ceremony was chaired by the Senior Minister for Health and Information Technology, Mr. Shahram Khan.


  • 27 Jul, 2017
  • Digital Access, Digital Governance, Digital Skills, Digital Economy

Project Description

KPITB has launched its Durshal (a pushto word for doorstep/gateway) centers all across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Durshal centers are envisioned to link communities with the growing opportunities in technological developments. In addition, Durshal centers aim to advance entrepreneurship with a view to promote inclusion, particularly of women and other disadvantaged groups. So far KP IT Board has established Durshals in Mardan, Swabi, Swat and Peshawar while the process has been initiated for remaining 3 locations.Durshal Government Innovation Lab is a platform for launching the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program and aims to bring about the much needed technological revolution in the province. Durhsal provides a vital link between the local governments, tech industry, IT entrepreneurs and investors to anchor KP’s digital transformation.

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  • 27 Jul, 2017
  • Digital Governance

Project Description

Information is one of the basic and fundamental pillars of knowledge based economies and during the last decade there is exponential increase in nature and volume of information contained and processes by digital systems. ICT acting as enabler, can result in improved governance, assistance and services as well as economic integration, improved living standards, narrow the digital divide, and improve government services utilization and management. Increase in the use of communication technologies for connectivity, mobility and versatility exposure to the digital assets to cyber threats. Traditional information security techniques may work in isolation but with increased connectivity systems are exposed to increasing vulnerability. Procurement of ICT based assets has been priority but now the security of the acquired assets along with the data generated or processed is equally important. As KP advances in to the digital era, the need for a level Cyber Security framework becomes crucial. This Cyber Security framework shall not only ensure maximum security but shall also ensure maximum availability.

Trained human resource is the fundamental to address the challenges of cyber security. There has been number of training programs and degrees offered across Pakistan to address some of the aspects. Most of the training programs are offered as higher education degree programs; however there is a dire need to educate our young graduate with the rapidly evolving Cybersecurity body of knowledge.

To address provincial & national CyberSecurity challenges KPITB has established KPCERC , which aims to build capacity by leveraging expertise and skills in domains of cyber security. KP CERC aims to train skilled human resources, contribute towards empowering the government departments across KP along with industry by providing advisory in the cyber and information security area. Empowering the government departments of KP with technology support is fundamental by establishing and leading the Cybersecurity framework for the province along with establish Security Operation Centre (SoC) & Cyber Emergency Response Team (CERT) & guidelines for Cyber Emergency Incidence Response (CSIR). KPCERC is mandated to ensure the health and quality of digital application and services & digital assets used, managed or deployed by the government departments across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. KPCERC is accomplishing these by designing a KP Cybersecurity framework.