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August 12, 2022

U.S Gov’t advances development of information technology in Romania

The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce that, in its continuing support for the Government of Romania, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has awarded two grants to improve the government’s use of information and communication technologies (ICT) to build a stronger economy, a press release informs. The U.S. Embassy represented USTDA in Romania, facilitating negotiations with the Romanian Government in developing the scope of work for both projects.
Recently, the U.S. Government and the State Secretary Bogdan Tohaneanu of the Ministry of Internal Affairs signed a grant in the amount of USD 400,600 for a feasibility study to consolidate the Ministry’s data centers into a single modern facility. The proposed data center will have space available for co-location and disaster recovery services. This project builds upon an earlier U.S. Government-funded grant for USD 288,000, signed on June 27, to develop modern ICT solutions to streamline legislative processes in Romania. Working with State Secretary Radu Puchiu of the General Secretariat, the program will determine the feasibility of implementing a modern data management system. “These projects are priorities for the Government of Romania due to their potential to improve data management and enhance government efficiency,” said USTDA Regional Director Carl B. Kress.

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