Electronic Governance Agency of Moldova has new director
15:02 | 02.09.2021 Category: Social
Chisinau, 2 September /MOLDPRES/ - The Electronic Governance Agency (AGE) has a new director. It is about Olga Tumuruc, who has earlier acted as head of the service of data exchange and inter-operability.
Deputy Prime Minister for Digitalization Iurie Turcanu introduced the new director to the AGE staff. Turcanu stressed that, on the next period, the institution would focus on several priorities, such as: re-engineering of the public services; digital governance – turnkey digital solutions provided to authorities; turning to good account the foreign assistance and its use for the implementation of the e-governance agenda; development of the information society in Moldova.
Olga Tumuruc is specialist in the juridical sector and has degree in law. Tumuruc has also a diploma of Master in Information Management, as well as in the Law of Business and has been working at the public institution, Electronic Governance Agency, since 2017.