Kenya Government has launched the Parliament website to make the House paperless.
The National Assembly Francis Ole Kaparo announced that the website would be true, factual accurate, right, correct and absolutely exact while launching the the website www.parliament.go.ke. Government will publish all the Bills on the website completely with all information. Government has organised the workshop entitled “Empowering the Kenyan MP and National Assembly staff for building the country's Knowledge Economy,” on 8-9 December. All of the country's constituencies (210 currently) and their Constituency Development Fund (CDF) will have an efficient and updated website. According to Mathioya MP, Joseph Kamotho, the website will run paperless offices by having members, staff and other civil servants access the Order Paper online.