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Digital transformation is able to solve fiscal crises, quality of services and trust

Technology

Secretary stresses that public servants need to be trained to make government more effective

"It is not necessary to invent anything new to promote the digital transformation of the government," said the secretary of Digital Government of the Ministry of Economy, Luis Felipe Monteiro, to the public of the 5th IBGP IT Governance Forum held until next Friday (7/6) in Brasilia. He pointed out that one of the ways to turn government into digital is to empower people. Another, also very effective, is to partner with the private sector.

Luis Felipe stressed that it is necessary to have qualified teams and defended that the professionals who are in the public service are part of this journey of digital transformation. The secretary pointed out that this journey is capable of solving the three major crises we have in the country: fiscal, quality of services and trust in governments.

"The speed of digital inclusion of the Brazilian population is much faster than the government's ability to produce services and public policies using technology," the secretary warned. "Why not, then, make the government a digital platform and, through the provision of digital public services, achieve the expectation of the citizen?", Provoked Luis Felipe.

The problem, according to the secretary, is that the digital transformation of government does not take place with the signing of a paper or the enactment of a law: "There are thousands of projects, dozens of people who have to engage in each process and work routines, so it's so challenging. "

In the opinion of Luis Felipe, the Brazilian government has low digital culture. So you need to educate yourself and get to know digital as much as you know economics, work, education and law. In 2020, said the secretary, "from the structural reforms of this year, we will have the opportunity to reshape public power and have a career that works the key management elements in government, including technology management."