SAN FRANCISCO DE MACORÍS.- With a view to presenting the advances and achievements of the Zero Bureaucracy program, representatives of the National Competitiveness Council (CNC) and the American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (AMCHAMDR), held a business meeting with members of the public-private sectors of the Duarte province.
The meeting was held at the Asociación Duarte de Ahorros y Prestamos of San Francisco de Macorís. The words of welcome and presentation of the invited speaker were given by Luís Valdez, member of the AMCHAMDR provincial committee, who highlighted the importance of reducing bureaucracy in procedures and requests made to the State.
The meeting included the participation of the speaker Camila Olivero, in charge of Public Policies of the Results Management Unit of Burocracia Cero, representative of the National Competitiveness Council.
Recently, the Dominican Government, in continuity with the Public Administration transformation project, presented in the city of Santiago the first achievements of the Zero Bureaucracy Program, making the new Single Citizen Service Portal available to the public: www.Gob. do. Similarly, the Viaje Cero project was announced, an initiative that will positively impact the entire northern region through the first collection center. Bureaucracy Zero, in its first phase, allows the population to digitally carry out more than 200 transactional and interactive procedures and services from multiple public institutions in an agile, fast and simple way without having to travel.
Through Zero Bureaucracy, citizens will be able to obtain up-to-date information on services. In addition, the one-stop windows for health, start-ups, construction, investment, and foreign trade will be integrated into the portal so that users who access through www.gob.do can be redirected to the respective windows.