Ministry for Public Administration and Local Self-Government
In a country where a medium-sized bank prints 11 million papers a year, a retail chain spends €150,000 on storing documents, shelves in state institutions reach into dozens of kilometres, and ordinary people have to show pay slips at official counters to prove that they have paid the fee, the only way out of bureaucracy is the development of e-business
New Action plan for 2017 and 2018 envisages an increase in the number of measures and the intensifying of the activities of relevant institutions aimed at reducing the volume of illicit trade, undeclared work and tax evasion
Discussion on the opening of the new Information Access Centre
Danish Business Club held a meeting Ana Brnabić, the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government. The minister explained about current reforms, including e-government and there was...
23.12.2016National Conference Organized by the AmCham and NALED
20.12.2016Conference eGovernment - Serbia without Public Service Counters
Ana Brnabić, Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government
Implementing the electronic data interchange system will reduce the amount of paper used by five million sheets a year
Fifteen years of work on improving the business environment in Serbia
A working meeting was attended by Prime Minister Vučić, Ingeborg Øfsthus, the CEO of Telenor Serbia, H. E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Belgrade and Rasim Ljajić, the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications
The Royal Netherlands Embassy regularly organises meetings with the Dutch business community in Serbia. This time, the Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government...
Ana Brnabić, Minister of State Administration and Local Government
"The Ministry that I have taken over has a good basis for reform set in place, so in this department there will be continuity between the previous and this government, which is very important"
Ten year anniversary celebrated at Belgrade’s White Palace with 700 eminent guests