The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) launched ‘e-Office’ in more than 500 GST and customs offices.

  • It will improve governance by automating the internal processing and handling files.

  • The launch of the new application signifies a crucial change in the internal office procedures that till now relied on manual handling of files and paper movement.

  • The e-Office application, developed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC), helps online file-related work, ranging from receiving and marking dak, operating a file, getting the draft letter ready, its clearance, and signature and dispatch of the inked letter.

  • CBIC Chairperson: M. Ajit Kumar

  • Founded: 1 January 1964

  • Headquarters: New Delhi  

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