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Updated in EWS Oct 26, 2019
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The goal of the TC is to strengthen the capacity and human talent of LAC public officials regarding international best practices on digital government. Although countries have a growing commitment to digital transformation, it is clear that one of the main obstacles is the shortage of technical talent among public officials, which makes it difficult to achieve a holistic digital transformation. In addition, support for the GEALC network as a horizontal cooperation agency between LAC countries needs to be continued.
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