Planning and Monitoring System (PlaMS)

After it’s first workshop in 2009, PlaMS still remains very distant from a segment of users. The members of Parliament could benefit a deal from access to it and it would no doubt save time and effort in trying to provide information queries from individual members of Parliament. It is in my view only logical that these information be accessible so that it would help members do their home works better, have access to a comprehensive framework of data that is privy to only the executive at the moment. Giving accessibility to the members will also help clarify a lot of the questions that individual members may have for the Government. Good information accessibility will certainly help make decisions that may need to be made in the Parliament of higher quality and perhaps, more in snyc with the needs of time as members would be able to analyze for themselves indicators and parameters to get both macro and micro perspectives.

I plan on writing to our Thrizin and to others asking for members to be given access to this rich source of information that is not only critical but vital for an informed parliamentary discharge of duty.

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About Sangay Khandu

Sangay Khandu is a Member of Parliament, serving his 2nd term representing the people of Gasa Dzongkhag to the National Council.
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2 Responses to Planning and Monitoring System (PlaMS)

  1. Spoke to the Hon. Speaker about PlaMS.

  2. Received access to PlaMS as discussed during April 12 presentation by GNHC. Waiting to log in and explore.

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