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Ogun state government to provide mobile application for complaint resolution

The Ogun State Government is putting measures in place to create a mobile application through Complaint Resolution Mechanism (CRM), that will manage relationships, complaints, feedback and transactions between the citizens and government, for immediate response to people’s needs.

Penpushing reports that, Acting Project Manager, Public Service Reform for Ogun State Economic Transformation Project (OGSTEP), Mr. Adesina Mokolu,made this known during an official meeting with representatives of the Monitoring and  Evaluation, OGSTEP, Dr. Hendrix Odigie, and Public Service Transformation Office (PSTO) team in Abeokuta.

The project boss explained that Complaint Resolution Mechanism (CRM), is a technology that allows businesses both large and small to thrive, saying it would organise, automate and synchronise every facet of customer’s interaction, to manage relationship and transactions between the State government and its citizens.

“This platform will promote communication and connectivity between the government and general public. We have plans in place to take PSTO team on study tour, to know how well this mobile application works in some organisations and States”, he said.

Penpushing further reports that, the Permanent Secretary Public Service Transformation Office (PSTO), Mr. Jola Oyeneye, represented by the Director, Public Service Reforms and Innovation, Mr. Taiwo Dada in his remarks appreciated the move, noting that it would ease road map for improving service levels of Public Service Transformation Office (PSTO)

The Permanent Secretary added that,  when the mobile application is created, it would enhance work productivity in reform processes and bring citizens closer to the government.

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