The Greek Ministry of Administrative Reform will implement a three-year plan aiming at an independent and effective public administration that will meet society’s needs and provide citizens and businesses with high-level services. Ministry top officials will present the plan at Benaki Museum, on Wednesday, with Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras being the main speaker.

The first axis of the plan is administrative reform, to tackle the problems of staff shortage and misallocation. The second axis is e-governance, which is expected to upgrade the services provided, utilizing technology resources.


Translation: Eleni Gogou