Peruvian Prime Minister Vicente Zeballos on Monday affirmed that President Martin Vizcarra's administration has made the decision to
as one of its management pillars aimed at achieving the proposed national goals.
While inaugurating the First Digital GORE in the Northern Andean city of Cajamarca, the head of the cabinet said the current challenge is to achieve an efficient, reliable, inclusive, productive, and close-to-the-people State.
"I have come to ratify, as the Government, that digital innovation
is a State policy; it is not a mere premise, but the aim for all the government levels," he expressed.
The high-ranking government official said the Executive Branch envisions a State which relies on a modern public administration that is effective, timely, and available to all citizens. Thus, digital innovation is important
Likewise, Zeballos stressed that the Government prioritizes Digital and Health Education, the use of telemedicine to narrow gaps in access and care. He also underlined that a good public administration must respond to the citizens' demands.
The GORE-Executive meetings
—which feature Peruvian ministers and regional governors— are aimed to spur actions that will encourage further development in the nation.