By Tobby Otum
The contact less digital records and information will help and keep the government operations flow.
Culture and heritage Administration Secretary Henry Obino confirmed some of the government departments have already their records operations transmitted on line.
He insisted that this will enable the digital economy in records and information management as the drivers.
“The move is a reforms measurer aimed at enhancing professionalism,” he said.
Obino added said this is to ensure a culture of high performance and citizen confidence in the public service.
He made the remarks during the official opening of the 6th records and archives management annual conference 2022 held at PrideInn Convention Centre in Mombasa county.
The Culture and heritage Administration Secretary told the participants that records are public assets and key recourses for effective operations.
Obino added that this will ensure accountability and decision making that provides just and equitable social development.
He further added this will also ensure good governance while enabling the digital economy which supports the achievement of vision 2030.
“The vision 2030 blue print proposes intensified application of science and technology including innovation to raise productivity and efficiency across the service,” he ported out.
In his welcome remarks, Kenya Association of Records Managers and Archivis [KARMA] national Chairmam Cleophas Ambira defended the annual forum saying its aim is to reach out to the stakeholders and outside their body to engage to see how they are doing.
He said the association intends to get positive criticism and challenge from their stakeholders.
“And whether they are aligned to delivery to the stakeholders,” he added.