Today, Brazil and the United Kingdom (29) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance cooperation in the field of digital transformation. The Ministry of Economy indicated in a statement that the European country will cooperate systematically to develop strategies and implement solutions for the benefit of Brazilian public services.
“In practical terms, digitalisation, transparency, data management, innovation and accessibility will be emphasized,” he said.
The document was signed by the Minister for Digital Government at the Ministry of Economy, Luis Felipe Monteiro, and the British Embassy’s Business Officer, Minister-Counsellor Liz Davidson.
“The United Kingdom is in the highest positions in the Categories The digital government of the United Nations (UN) and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) have adopted a successful channel centralization strategy, which has been one of the sources of inspiration for the construction of our government,” confirms Monteiro, in the note.
The only gateway to the federal government, gov.br, It brings together more than four thousand services, 65% of which can be ordered only digitally.
The Memorandum of Understanding is valid until March 2023. According to the Ministry of Economy, among the planned cooperation actions are: providing training in innovation, digitization, public administration and government planning with a special focus on data management and accessibility issues; Participate in the planning and implementation of tangible digital solutions; and exchange of mutual knowledge in Brazil.
Brazil already has similar cooperation with Denmark.