KARACHI (APP) - Sindh Home Department has notified a 5-member steering committee to work out specification for NADRA e-Driving License Project. The Steering Committee has been constituted in pursuance of the decision of Home Minister Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Mirza during a presentation on Driving License Project of NADRA. Home Secretary is the Chairman while DIG Traffic, Capital City Police; Manager (Operations) NADRA; Ms. Tabassum Abbasi, Project Director, e-Policing, Sindh Police and Brig. Khan Azam Khurshid, Provincial Manager, PROMIS Project are members of the Steering Committee. The Steering Committee has been asked to identify the components about e-Driving License Project which are overlapping with the components of Police Record Office Management & Information System (PROMIS)of National Police Bureau e.g. LAN, WAN, Hardware etc. The Steering Committee will also work out specification for e-Driving License Project for inviting bids excluding components overlapping with the Project of National Police Bureau (NPB). The decision to constitute a Steering Committee was taken after threadbare discussion during presentation on e-Driving License Project by NADRA. The Director General NADRA, Ali Raza Qazilbash briefed the Minister about the salient features of the Project with special reference to provision of RFlD Chip in the Driving Licenses. He informed the meeting about the security features and other related benefits of e-Driving License. He said that implementation of the project would be completed in three phases starting from Karachi while Hyderabad and Larkana Districts would come later. During presentation, it was informed that some components of e-Driving License are overlapping with existing e-Policing Project of Sindh and Project PROMIS of NPB. The Provincial Police Officer Dr. Shoaib Suddle observed that some components of e-Driving License are overlapping components of e-Policing Project of Sindh Police and Project PROMIS of NPB. It is, therefore, imperative to study different components of NADRA in comparison to Project of Sindh Police & NPB to avoid duplication and overlapping, he added. The Home M inister said that fair play and merit demanded overlapping. This would not only ensure transparency in the overall process but also check wastage of funds, he added. The meeting was attended, among others, by Home Secretary, IGP, CCPO Karachi; DG NADRA and DIGP/Traffic.