Microsoft will computerize the Public Administration of Equatorial Guinea


On Tuesday, June 23, the agreement between the company Microsoft, a multinational company of the computer programming sector, and the Government of Equatorial Guinea, was closed to carry out the project of computerization of public administration.

On behalf of the Equatorial Guinean Government, the agreement was signed by the Prime Minister of the Government for Administrative Coordination, Vicente Ehate Tomi. For Microsoft, the delegation was led by Fabrice E. K. Boevi, one of the key executives of the commercial area of the company on the African continent, who signed the agreement its behalf.

 The event took place in the presence of several members of the Government and the heads of the Board of the National Center for Public Administration of the Computerization of Equatorial Guinea (CNIAPGE), an entity which is presided over by Ehate Tomi.

The Prime Minister asked the Microsoft team for the implementation of the project to be carried out in a short time and with good results, as this is a fundamental step for the Horizon 2020 Development Plan, in which the Government is working hard to make Equatorial Guinea an emerging economy by that year through a major plan of economic and productive activities.
Source: Press Release