“Applying would efficiently speed up J&K Police’s procurement process.”
Today, August 29th, at the conference Hall of the Police Headquarters in Srinagar, the Inventory Management System (IMS) was officially opened by the Director General of Police of Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbag Singh.
IGP CID J&K Nitish Kumar, IGP (Headquarters/CIV) PHQ Bhim Sen Tuti, DIsG Sujit Kumar, Javid Ahmad Koul, Shahid Mehraj, Shridhar Patil, Haseeb-Ur-Rehman, Abdul Qayoom, SSP Srinagar, SSP Budgam, and all AIsG of PHQ were present. In addition to the All DIsG, District SSsP, and Commandants of Armed/IRP Jammu/Kashmir Zone, ADGP Jammu Shri Mukesh Singh was present virtually as well.
The Director General of Police gave a speech in which he thanked ADGP (Headquarters/coordination) M.K. Sinha, DIG Traffic Jammu Sridhar Patil, and the rest of the team for completing their work on schedule. He praised the app as a helpful resource that would streamline operations and cut down on time spent on purchasing. Within a month, he wanted all accessible data to be uploaded to the site, and he stressed the need of digitising historical records. He gave orders to stick to the schedule and launch the inventory management system in a month’s time. The DGP stressed the need of the police using the technology to its full potential.
J&K Police have 160 shops at various levels, and ADGP headquarters M.K.Sinha explained how the IMS is being used to maintain them in working order. He explained that the system’s ultimate goal is to ensure that all parties involved in the distribution and allocation of goods have access to accurate and timely data regarding indents containing stock, requirements, procurements, purchase, surveys of received items with acceptance or rejection user interface holdings of stock items. The purpose of the system is to provide up-to-the-moment access to data about Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel, including records of things supplied to them and the formation units to which they belong. Timely processing of paperwork and timely upkeep of electronic ledgers comprising inventory management transactions was also mentioned.
The ADGP Headquarters further emphasised that the system will facilitate the expedited acquisition of various commodities for JKP, leading to maximised material efficiency. It would also improve the upkeep of the Police Department’s active personnel.
The gathering was addressed by DIG Traffic Jammu Sridhar Patil, who demonstrated a powerpoint presentation detailing the IMS application’s functionality and capabilities.