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Two new Offices set up as part of the efforts to modernise the Administration

01-03-2011-


As part of the efforts to increase the economic attractiveness of the Principality and to modernise the State, the Government of Monaco has just created two new offices.

First of all the Office of Electronic Administration and User Information which replaces the Administrative Information Centre (CIA) created in 1996.

Secondly, the Informatics Office which replaces the informatics unit created in 1982 due to the increasing number of its duties and staff.

The duties of the Office of Electronic Administration and User Information involve the development of electronic administration, the streamlining of administrative procedures, support to project managers for the implementation of I.T. projects and a completely revised and updated Government website.

This Office will also be responsible for providing users with comprehensive administrative documentation and informing them of the formalities they need to accomplish. Last but not least, it will also be in charge of gradually developing online procedures whose target is to have four complete online procedures available by 2011 and, in the long term, to enable users to carry out most of their administrative formalities online.

As for the creation of the Informatics Office, this officialises increased activity in I.T. tools, websites and information systems and more recently electronic data management and other online procedures developed as part of the process to modernise the Administration.

The aim is to better meet the citizen needs and to adapt to the new guidelines as set out in the roadmap put forward by Prince Albert II on 2nd July 2010.

The new offices are testimony to the Government of Monaco’s will to modernise its public administration services in order to improve the quality of the services offered to the public.
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