In order to increase the operational efficiency of bank reconciliations of Dominican State institutions and to speed up the issuance of certifications of the Instituto de Auxilios y Viviendas (INAVI), the National Treasury (TN) signed a collaboration agreement with the Comptroller General of the Republic (CGR).
Both institutions are also committed to share information that will allow them to develop their own tools within their areas of competence, in order to achieve a better management of the application of Law 567-05 on the National Treasury, explains the document.
“This inter-institutional agreement of an interoperability scheme, aims to determine the bases, principles and policies, for the integration of processes related to digital services, as well as to share and reuse platforms and information system,” said the national treasurer, Luis Rafael Delgado Sánchez, prior to the signing of the agreement with the comptroller general of the Republic, Felix Santana García.
In this sense, the parties are committed to design a digital tool that will allow the National Treasury to obtain timely information on banking processes in the public sector, as well as work history of public employees, for the automation of services to citizens, says one of the articles of the agreement.
“In this case we specify that it will not imply extraordinary expenses to put this interoperability agreement into operation, since both institutions would be making use of the technologies already installed, as well as of a staff that is part of the operations,” clarified the national treasurer after the signing of the agreement.
He also thanked the Comptroller General of the Republic for his interest and willingness to sign the agreement between both institutions.
The characteristics and technical specifications for the exchange of information between both institutions will be based on REST digital architecture and JSON data format, the document explains.
The National Treasurer, Luis Rafael Delgado Sánchez, and the Comptroller General of the Republic, Félix Santana García, signed the agreement in the presence of officials from both institutions, who acted as witnesses.