State Computer Agency, Agence De l'Informatique de l'Etat (ADIE) (Senegal)
Until 1987, the computer policy of the State of Senegal was supported by the Information Technology Section of the Organization and Methods Office (BOM), particularly through the coordination of the National Computer Committee (CNI). This structure was very poorly equipped, in terms of numbers (maximum three people).
His interventions were limited to the support of the Administration and the parapublic sector in the implementation of their computerization projects.
The needs of this IT Section were covered by the budget of the BOM attached to the General Secretariat of the Presidency.
Beginning in November 1987, with the advent of the Computer Science Delegation, the main missions focus more specifically on the facilitation, coordination and control of the computerization of the administrations and bodies of the parapublic sector.
The complexity of the administrative procedures and the increased demand of the public service users in terms of speed and efficiency have led the State of Senegal to create decentralized executives called executing agencies with financial autonomy providing more flexibility in public management. This outsourcing policy aims to improve performance and quality in the Administration. In 2004, the State of Senegal created the State Computer Agency (ADIE) to:
- give more impetus, authority and resources to computerization activities
- provide a quality service to users by providing appropriate solutions based on proximity and responsiveness
- to make the sector more attentive to the notion of the notion of performance and resultsSee more