Last Saturday, Malta’s Information Technology Agency (MITA) reached out to the country’s youth and non-governmental organisations. The agency organised a public workshop, demonstrating eGovernment services, to show how these can ‘revolutionise government interaction’.
The workshop took place at the MITA data centre in Santa Venera and consisted of two sessions. The first, on the use of mobile devices to interact with the government, was intended for youth and youth organisations. The second was organised for NGOs and the general public.
The event was part of Malta’s Public Service Week, which started last Friday, and will continue until 3 June. These weeks, which Malta organises regularly, are intended to introduce citizens to the work done by public organisations. Other organisations involved include museums, libraries, and public organisations involved in culture and education.