The Customs general Directorate (DGD) and the State Agency for Digital Information (ADIE) will proceed to the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding on Wednesday November 9th 2016.
As a matter of fact, the two public structures because they are aware of the challenges of digital data in economic activities have decided to formalise their collaboration.
This partnership will be based on the mutualisation of expertise – networks’ and telecommunicational support – as well as the State Agency’s Data infrastructure of both structures to implement their projects. This will contribute to a faster connection speed and a better ressource downsizing.
The connexion of the Customs’ new locals in Kaolock’s and Ziguinchor’s Regional Directorates perfectly showcase the collaboration in place between the two institutions illustre déjà la parfaite collaboration entre les deux institutions.
The ceremony to sign the Memorandum of Understanding will take place at the Customs general Directorate’s Headquarters in “Bloc Madeleines”.
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