DCOM – inspiration for eGovernment in Macedonia

Government News
Published 22.8.2016

Data Centre of Towns and Villages (DCOM) provides regional and local government in Slovakia with a comprehensive package of IT services that unburdens them from IT issues, while also letting them provide electronic services to citizens and businesses. Thanks to the solution on the latest cloud technology, electronic services became accessible to even the smallest villages. The project is unique not just in Slovakia in terms of its scope, technical solution, financial model, cost effectiveness and overall success.

Representatives of the Macedonian government who are looking for ways to improve the functioning of public administration are keenly interested in the DCOM project. They were inspired by the functioning model and modern solution, which raises the standard of IT infrastructure of towns and villages, improves the ways information technologies can be used for civil servants, citizens and the whole of public administration, while making electronic services available to citizens. As part of the lively discussion, consultants from PosAm spoke about the company’s wealth of experience with various aspects of preparing for and implementing such an extensive, complex and sophisticated solution.

The Macedonian Minister of Information Society and Administration, Marta Arsovska Tomovska, who is responsible also for digital transformation and administrative reform in the country, became acquainted in detail with the functioning example of eGovernment in Slovakia. The excellence of the DCOM project is proven not just by the strong interest of participants at the meeting, but also by several Slovak and international awards.

“We are happy to have had the possibility to present the DCOM project to representatives of the Macedonian government and partners from Makedonski Telekom. I am confident that the solution would prove to be a benefit for citizens and local government alike, also under Macedonian conditions”, said PosAm’s Project Manager for DCOM, Roman Jedinák, after the meeting.

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