President of the Provincial Government introduced representatives of responsible institutions to the project and the need to promote public services, which altogether results in a better business environment and a higher standard of living of citizens. He also underlined the need for a tighter cooperation of provincial institutions with the PPS as the project’s coordinator.
Acting Director of the PPS Bojana Tošić presented work results achieved through the abolishment of redundant and simplification of complex administrative procedures so far. She emphasised that through the elimination of M4 and MUN forms and the flour stamps only the business sector has saved as much as 30 million euros in 2019. A base of almost 2,500 administrative procedures has been developed, while the simplification and abolishment plan has been prepared for 600 of them. By the end of the year the first 30 procedures will have been digitalized. The joint work of national and provincial authorities will continue through the cataloguing and simplification of procedures in the AP of Vojvodina, the ultimate objective of which is to create a more efficient, secure, and transparent business environment.
Bojana Tošić stressed that she was looking forward to future collaboration and the achievement of objectives that will disburden businessmen and civil servants on a huge scale and be key to the creation of better business conditions in Serbia.
The realisation of the e-Paper Project on the level of the AP of Vojvodina is supported by the German Organisation for Development Cooperation – GiZ.