Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu today announced the use of Kaizala, Microsoft’s free chat-based productivity app, for Citizen Connect. The program, Citizen Connect will help further strengthen the collaboration between the Andhra Pradesh government and its citizens. The free to download mobile app will enable citizens to directly reach out to the Chief Minister, and further support the government in its mission of a more transparent and a citizen-driven participatory governance that operates in real time mode.
The Kaizala app will be a direct point of contact to reach out to Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu where he will be taking feedback as well as suggestions from citizens for better governance. This will enable people across Andhra Pradesh to share their problems related to harvests, climate, pension, ration, water etc. These inputs will further be used to review the workings of that particular department.
This landmark step taken by the Andhra Pradesh government will help enable citizen-driven participatory governance. This will not only help improvise the state of things but also provide a basis for upcoming policies developed by the Andhra Pradesh Government.
Three easy steps to connect with Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu:
- Install Kaizala from the Play Store. Activate with your phone number
- Click on discover and subscribe to “AP CM Connect”
- Click on “Share Feedback” on top panel to provide your feedback on this government.
Kaizala is a mobile chat based app that enables productive work helping organizations connect with mobile only users to get work done on simple and secure interface. Kaizala can host over one million contacts in a group and complies with industry-leading security standards. The app offers a communication platform to facilitate easy delegation and monitoring of tasks to enhance productivity. Users can quickly set up groups in line with the organization structure and on-board partners and vendors to drive seamless collaboration on the go. Kaizala’s organizational attributes minimizes the digital clutter of unnecessary messages.
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