Intelligent growth - Modernising government

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In this change towards intelligent and sustainably growth the authorities have a double role. Firstly, as drivers, but more importantly, as leaders of change, taking advantage of new technologies in their relations with citizens, implementing strategic planning and incorporating private management systems (assimilating organisational structures centered on cost reduction) and implementing incentive policies, among other issues.

In this change towards intelligent and sustainably growth the authorities have a double role. Firstly, as drivers, but more importantly, as leaders of change, taking advantage of new technologies in their relations with citizens, implementing strategic planning and incorporating private management systems (assimilating organisational structures centered on cost reduction) and implementing incentive policies, among other issues.


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