The government of Equatorial Guinea has partnered with American company, Microsoft, to computerize the public administration of the country.
This milestone agreement is part of the West African nation’s efforts to achieve the goals set forth in the Horizon 2020 Development Plan. The government is investing the country’s resources to become an emergent economy by implementing aggressive initiatives.
Microsoft will be working closely with the Board of the National Center for Public Administration of the Computerization of Equatorial Guinea (CNIAPGE) in the computerization of the country’s public administration. The agreement took place on June 23.