Information systems are at the heart of relations between government and users. To develop innovation in public services, the First Minister has entrusted the identification of levers that can transform the state information system to DISIC. A major project, which is expected to last three months and include nearly 150 experts in information systems and digital matters.
By decision of CIPAC 18 December 2013 the First Minister appointed the SGMAP, and more specifically, the special interdepartmental management of information and communication systems task force (DISIC). Objective: to provide within three months, in conjunction with the general secretaries of ministries and DSI all levers to fundamentally transform the public administration information systems. This for the benefit of innovation in the public service and the benefit of the provider and the user, in the context of demanding economies.
Thematic working groups have been created in the following areas:
Reflections and suggestions from the working groups will be submitted by the end of the first quarter 2014. DISIC will use this to submit a proposal for a new phase in the information system, to the First Minister.