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Estonian DefMin to merge cyber policy, IT departments

TALLINN, Dec 06, BNS - The Estonian Ministry of Defense is planning to merge its cyber policy department and information technology department into one department and the ministry is to also transfer wage calculation to the Support Command of the Estonian defense forces.

The government at a sitting on Thursday is to discuss an amendment to the statute of the Ministry of Defense, which concerns merging the ministry's cyber policy department and information technology department, government spokespeople said.

The task of the department that is to be established as a result of the merger is to command cyber policy within the field of governance of the ministry and ensure the provision of information and communications technology services.

The ministry is to also reshape the internal audit department into an audit and development department. The task of the department to be created is in addition to internal auditing also order external audits, if necessary.

Wage calculation will be transferred from the ministry's personnel department to the Support Command of the Estonian defense forces. The amendment will harmonize and simplify the work of payroll clerks.

The regulation is to enter into force on Jan. 1, 2018.

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Published: 06.12.2017 19:24
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