Signing of contracts for the Computerization Project of the Public Administration

The Prime Minister of the Government for Administrative Coordination, Vicente Ehate Tomi, presided on Monday morning, March 16, over the signing of contracts of companies that work in the Public Administration Computerization Project in Equatorial Guinea.

Of the twenty-four companies that submitted their bids for Public Administration Computerization Project of our country, only eight were admitted: Guiatel, TEI, ZTE, Wavecom, Steel Project, Integral de Servicios, R&D and MGO Consulting.

The event began with a brief statement by a representative of the beneficiary companies, who thanked the President of the Republic, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, for providing Equatorial Guinean civil servants with a tool for better administrative functioning of the State.

Following the signing of the contracts, Vicente Ehate Tomi informed the businessmen of the importance of this project for the Government of Equatorial Guinea, which began with the initiative of the Head of State in view of the need to modernize the Public Administration by applying new information technologies and telecommunications.

-“With this project, substantial changes are expected in our Public Administration, in all aspects, including training of civil servants, of administrative officials and the administration as a whole, which will also bring about a change of mentality,” said the Prime Minister, and addressing the heads of the companies benefiting from the contracts he said they have been selected for their experience, and appealed to their responsibility and efficiency during the project’s implementation.

-“We expect your involvement in the development of the work, to ensure the Government’s objective of establishing an e-government, especially in the transfer of knowledge to Equatorial Guineans, who are the owners of this project. I appeal to the sense of responsibility in your activities, in compliance with the commitments in the contracts signed,” said Ehate Tomi.

Text and photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (D. G. Base Internet)

Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office

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