MIS Section

Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)
Level-4, LGED Bhaban, Agargaon, Shere Bangla Nagar Dhaka-1207.Bangladesh. +88-02-9128405


Local Area Network:

More than 1300 computers at LGED HQ are connected to 7 servers through hubs and switches. There are two Domain controllers in two Building (Main Building and RDEC building) to maintain the LAN sharing between users. MIS Section controls the Domain Controller servers and maintains the Local Area Network to get the best output from the LAN.

Software Development:

Personnel Management Information System:

The Personnel Management Information System (PMIS) is used to manage all information about LGED staff. The system facilitates the execution of transfers.

The main areas on which information is stored are:

  • Personal information: e.g. name, address, father’s and mother’s name.
  • Job related information, E.g. pay scale, increment date.
  • Employment history.
  • Academic qualifications.
  • Departmental exams.
  • Training.
  • Rewards and punishments.
  • Professional memberships.
  • Photographs.

LGED has collected this information about all their staff,both LGED revenue staff and project staff. Not only headquarter staff,but also all field level employees.


The information can be used for the following purposes:

  • Selecting appropriate personnel for transfers.
  • Printing transfer proposals and transfer orders.
  • Other orders, like additional charge and attachments.
  • Selecting staff for training.
  • Preparation of various management reports.

When staff is transferred, and their release and joining dates are entered into the system, automatically their present posting and adjusted employment history are available in the system.

PMIS will mainly be used by Admin, for their personnel administration, and by Training. Admin will take care of keeping the main data up to date,Training will enter information about training attended.

Also, LGED top management can have access to the information.

Two software programs are used:

  • A central PMIS at LGED HQ; this system is a component of the overall LGED MIS. It uses an Oracle database, and a Microsoft Access front end.
  • A PMIS data entry module, at each district and project office, used for the initial data entry.


Progress Monitoring System (PMS):

The Progress Monitoring System will be used to monitor the progress of all LGED’s ongoing projects. It is capable of generating the GoB prescribed monthly ADP and quarterly IMED reports. It is a subsystem of the MIS LGED is presently developing. As the implementation of projects is performed at different levels(i.e. LGED HQ, PIOs, DOs and TOs) all these levels have to betaken into account.The whole monitoring process is a process of collecting and subsequently consolidating data at all applicable levels. At the field level,the progress of the individual schemes is monitored; at the central level this information is used to compute the overall progress needed for the M&E reports.

The basic assumption we make here is that at the lowest level, the TOs, amanual system will be in place. From the DOs and upwards, the process will be computerised.

We have a central system at LGED HQ, which can be used by the PIOs, and local systems at the districts, for the entry of district level data.

Human Resources:

MIS section has a skilled team of 11 peoples. Some of them are revenue staff and others work for MIS outsourced firm. 


At present, there are around 1300 desktop computers in LGED HQ. For networking, more than 150 switches and 50 Wi-Fi routers are being used. 

Local Area Network design and development
Internet service provide to LGED officials
Website Development and maintenance
Software Development and maintenance
Develop & Maintain suitable and reliable central file server facilities for the storage of all files including databases and graphics files
To establish and maintain communications between internal users and external personnel through an email system and the internet
To establish and maintain security system in terms of backup power supplies, effective virus protection procedures