Government introduces GEMS Workspace

Vice President Faisal Naseem speaking at the ceremony held to launch the latest iteration of the Government E-letter Management System (GEMS). | Photo: PO

On Tuesday, Vice President Faisal Naseem officially inaugurated the GEMS Workspace, the latest version of the Government E-letter Management System (GEMS).

The software was launched during a ceremony at the National Centre for Information Technology (NCIT).

During the event, the Vice President emphasized the significant impact of the updated GEMS Workspace in improving the efficiency of government service delivery.

He expressed his gratitude to everyone involved in the project and recognized the substantial improvements achieved through the administration’s Strategic Action Plan (SAP).

The Vice President addressed a longstanding public concern regarding the lack of responsiveness and delays in accessing government services.

He highlighted the careful attention given to the newly launched workspace and expressed confidence that implementing the GEMS Workspace across all government offices and institutions would greatly enhance convenience and efficiency for individuals seeking government services.

The new GEMS Workspace software is a standalone option that doesn’t require additional support software.

It includes message templates and electronic signatures, eliminating the need for printing. Once fully implemented, businesses, non-governmental organizations, and individuals will be able to correspond with the government more easily, streamlining the exchange of information.