Government Pushing Digital Technology

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has expressed Government’s commitment to using digital technology to transform the Public Service. According to Mr. Stuart, use of the technology would achieve the efficient and effective delivery of government services and promote greater citizen participation at all levels of development. He expressed this view today while speaking at the launch of the Personnel Administration Division’s …

Teaching Service Commission Soon

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Barbados will soon have a Teaching Service Commission. Prime Minister Freundel Stuart made this disclosure today while delivering the feature address at the launch of the Personnel Administration Division’s (PAD) Correspondence Management System, which will move that department from its current paper intensive approach to a digital-based environment. Mr. Stuart told his audience: “The Cabinet has agreed that the proclamation …

Full CMS Implementation By Next Year

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Government’s Correspondence Management System (CMS), which will move the Personnel Administration Division (PAD) from a paper intensive to a digital-based environment, will be fully implemented by January 1, 2018. Word of this came today from Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, as he addressed the launch of the Personnel Administration Division’s CMS at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. He disclosed that the …

PAD Moving To Digital Environment

Sharon Austin Top Stories

Government’s Personnel Administration Division (PAD) will be moving from its current paper intensive approach to a digital-based environment, with the introduction of the Correspondence Management Solution (CMS). The CMS will be launched this Friday, October 6, during a ceremony at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, where Prime Minister Freundel Stuart will deliver the feature address. Chief Personnel Officer, Gail Atkins, …