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The Public Administration Study and Research Centre (CERAP) pays tribute to the BRIC and to IRISteam

Pyramides No 30 - "La nouvelle configuration des services publics bruxellois"
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the journal Pyramides

The latest issue of the journal Pyramides (November 2018) by the Public Administration Study and Research Centre (CERAP) does not mince its words in its review of the new configuration of Brussels public services, describing it as an "institutional maze" as a result of the structural reform implemented by the Brussels government since 2016.

A decentralised administrative landscape, fragmented governance, lack of legibility for citizens and enterprises: although it is critical, the review also highlights the positive role of a few entities, among which the BRIC and the IRISteam asbl. The editor-in-chief, Alexandre Piraux, underlines its "role as an effective pioneer in Smart City digitalisation via the pooling of facilities, platforms, data and IT personnel."*

Great recognition for the BRIC and IRISteam, which have worked for more than 30 years to make Brussels an attractive and prosperous digital region in which new technologies contribute to improving the quality of life of each individual as well as economic development.

 

* Alexandre Piraux, "Introduction. Services publics bruxellois : forces et faiblesses. Une fonction publique qui avance en se cherchant", Pyramides No 30 - La nouvelle configuration des services publics bruxellois, Brussels, November 2018, p.4.