A process which sees certain government lands being individuated out to be developed into open spaces instead of buildings has started.
This was announced by Prime Minister Robert Abela during a parliamentary discourse, explaining how these lands have massive value to become such green spaces..
The first part of the process will be finalised early next year so that these lands can be added to the greening projects which are already taken place.
Additionally, Prime Minister Abela declared the government’s initiation of a paperless system from this year onwards, transitioning away from conventional manual filing methods.
Part of the public service’s digitalization strategy, this move involves the implementation of the Corporate Electronic Document system. Currently under evaluation, a contract aims to centralize this system via the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) from next year, starting with the integration of the Prime Minister’s Office.
Acknowledging Malta’s credibility in the eGovernment sector, Abela emphasized the challenge of consistent and fruitful investments in modernizing digital infrastructure.