DBKL kick-starts plan to go paperless


(From left) DBKL Planning Department director Nurazizi Mokhtar, Nor Hisham, executive director (project management) Datuk Mohd Najib Mohd, executive director (socio-economic development) Datuk Ibrahim Yusof and executive director (management) Datuk Mustafa Mohd Nor launching the KLIS system.

TO cut down on costs, save time and do its part to preserve the environment, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is moving towards a paperless office.

For a start, DBKL has introduced the Kuala Lumpur Integrated Submission System (KLIS), which is an online submission platform for applications for development projects.

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