FD Seeks Details Of Projects Completed In Last Fiscal

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Srinagar: The administration of Jammu & Kashmir Union Territory has sought details of all the works / projects completed by the different departments in the last financial year.

The Finance department has written to all the administrative secretaries to submit the details of all works completed during the last fiscal under the capital expenditure budget along with the list of projects expected to be completed during the ongoing financial year.

In a letter dated April 8, 2021, Director General, Development Expenditure Division-11, Finance department has requested the departments to submit the requisite information by or before April 20.

The departments have been directed to submit details like name of the work with location, department/organization, executing agency, block/ district, total expenditure incurred, project initiation year, date of completion and number of beneficiaries.

The exercise, according to the communiqué is aimed to compile and consolidate the list/details of all works/projects completed during the financial year 2020-21 under capex budget together with list of works/projects which are expected to be completed during 2021-22.

In the past two years, the Finance department headed by senior bureaucrat Arun Kumar Mehta has initiated a number of reforms for fast-tracking development process and ensuring transparency and accountability in spending of public funds.

It has also put details of projects completed during 2019 under different sectors in public domain for ensuring transparency. (KNO)

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