The Parliamentary Select Committee on Trade, Industry and Tourism has paid a working visit to the Ghana Community Network Services, GCNet which is the e-solution provider for government.
The visit which saw members of committee taken on tour of the GCNet facility was to assess the company’s preparedness towards the September 1st directives by the Vice President.
Members of the committee also used the opportunity to know at first hand the operations of the GCNet.
Management of GCNet assured the committee that they are ready for the paperless directive.
Members of the Committee said they were impressed about GCNet’s operations and preparedness.