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Finance Ministry Enables New E-Bill System to Enable Paperless Submission of Bills/Claims - (03 Mar 2022)

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Finance Ministry has enabled the new e-Bill system to enable paperless submission, end to end digital processing of bills with the objective of ease of doing business. The objectives of the system are to provide convenience to all vendors/suppliers of the government to submit their bills/claims at anytime, from anywhere, eliminate physical interface, enhance efficiency in processing and reduce discretion in processing of bills through First-In-First-Out (FIFO) method.

Tags : FINANCE MINISTRY   E-BILL SYSTEM   PAPERLESS SUBMISSION OF BILLS/CLAIMS  

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