ECONOMY

Delia Popescu, new Communications minister

Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos nominated on Tuesday Delia Popescu for Communications and Information Society Minister. The proposal was submitted to President Klaus Iohannis, the President signing the decree naming her Minister promptly.

According to the release, Delia Popescu works in the e-governance ever since 2003 dealing with the development and implementation of the information systems dedicated to the providing of the electronic public services both for individuals and for the business milieu (Electronic Procurement System – SEAP, Information System for Electronic Transports Assignment – SIAE, Single Contact Electronic Point – PCUe, National Online Electronic Tax and Fees Payment System – SNEP).

Her main preoccupation was to support strategic partnerships meant to coherently implement e-governance systems, having as main target to improve the performance of the public administration by offering quality electronic services,” says the release.

Since 2014, Delia Popescu is Chair of the Agency for Romania’s Digital Agenda, a public self-financed body under the coordination of Prime Minister.

In 2009 – 2014 she used to be a deputy-chairperson of the National Management Centre for Information Society and in 2008 – 2009 she used to be a director with the Technical Documentation Department of the Agency for the Information Society’s Services, a public institution with the Ministry for Information Society.

From 2007 through 2008 Delia Popescu was the head of the Electronic Assignment Service in Transports within the Agency for Information Society’s Services.

Since 2013, she is a member of the INIS (National Infrastructure for Space Information) Council on the space data.

Delia Popescu was born in Bucharest, on 22 November 1978, and is unmarried.

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