DELHI: The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will restructure its operations in a bid to enhance efficiency and productivity.
"The Delhi Development Authority would be restructuring its processes, including the working of its departments. This is with intent not just to revamp the DDA but to equip it with modern processes to enhance its efficiency," said a press statement issued by Lt Governor's office today.
The decision was taken at a meeting today to discuss the restructuring plans. The meeeting was chaired by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and attended by the Chief Secretary, Vice Chairman of DDA, Director General of National Productivity Council and other officials of DDA.
Jung has instructed the DDA to finish this exercise in the next four months.
"The road map for DDA's restructuring aims to analyze the present role of DDA and its future undertakings, which are in line with Delhi Master Plan 2012.
"The restructuring will involve a comprehensive study of the processes used for implementing various schemes of the DDA. It will identify improvement of such processes by adopting customized computerization, automation, multi-tasking and multi-skilling," said the statement.
The restructuring plan will also make an assessment of existing manpower strength and suggest optimization of manpower for its present and future operations.
It will also involve an examination of various activities and functions of DDA and suggest effective alternatives so that greater productivity can be infused into its day-to-day functioning.
It will revisit the organizational structure of DDA and suggest measures to be adopted for improving its productivity and better delivery of services to the public.