The opposition of the Ministry of Cairo suggests that the responsibility of the system of responsibility of the government, which is the last chapter, is forced by the digital transformation of the state.
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“I am deeply concerned about the ability of the ministry to implement the digital transition that is necessary for our public institutions,” said the deputy Haroun Bouazzi of Solidarity in a letter sent to the QMI Agency. It is time for public investigations to highlight these failures and repeat what follows.
Our Bureau of Investigation highlighted on Monday the extent of the flaws in the public service payroll system. From January 2022, the Ministry of Cybersecurity and Digital (MCN) was responsible for the remuneration of some 8,000 Principal Quebec workers, mainly through the SAGIR project.
However, this expensive IT project has caused major problems, such as increased unpaid hours, disregarded salary, incomprehensible proposals and payments.
For its part, the CMN explored the measures put in place to improve the situation, including the hiring of employees.
“It is time for the Digital Minister to move on and assume much more than the role of so-called monitor, leaving Liberal MP Michelle Setlakwe. The consequences are great for the workers.”
The Liberals are not going so far as to ask for a public investigation similar to Quebec solidaire, but remember that last month they asked for the suspension of “any major digital event”, as well as the passing of Minister Caire in the parliamentary committee.
The digital transition is reaching ridiculous heights, according to PQ MP Pascal Bérubé, who also controls the sport.
“This is the place where we need to have “top guns”, he expressed in a sardonic tone. If we find more business with this service than before, we will do business with ChatGPT. I think there are fewer risks. “
After three takes…
For the Conservatives, the government’s budget deficits are the straw that broke the camel’s back. Neither more, nor less, than the resignation of the Ministers of Cairo.
“After three takes, you’re lifted,” Eric Duhaime said on the phone. “He put the seat on the line of the third link, he is responsible for the problems of the SAAQ, and now he cannot meet the demands of the civil servants. He must go.”