The ‘Lost Report’ application of Delhi Police developed by ACSG Corp bagged the national award for e-governance for the year 2015-16, at the 19th National e-governance conference in Nagpur.
Presenting the awards for winners in 12 distinct categories, Maharashtra Chief Minister, Devendra Fadanvis emphasised that the vitality of GATI (Governance with Accountability, Transparency and Innovation) for the overall progressive development of the country.
He further added that transparent collaboration and well-organised processes help in giving governance the shape of citizen-oriented service delivery.
The Lost Report app enables smart policing and e-governance, as it helps people to lodge a report for their lost or missing items/ documents online, without having to incur the hassle of visiting the police station.
The report bears a unique Lost Report Number (LRN), which can be used for future search and retrieval of a copy of the report.The app comes to great assistance in situations such as security threats, piracy, online frauds etc. Several police officials have appreciated the app for having reduced the burden on their staff to a great extent.
Pankaj Kumar, President, ACSG Corp, a homeland security firm , said, “Having developed and customised the app in a rather time-tight schedule for the Delhi Police, the response from both public and the police department has been remarkable. It is motivating for us to continue on the path of innovation with excellence.”
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