Geoffrey Wever seals 14 million Euro deal for E-Government, streamlining business in Aruba

February 27, 2024

Aruba is making significant strides to enhance its business environment, with Minister Geoffrey Wever spearheading a transformative agreement valued at 14 million Euros during the LGO-EU Forum in Brussels. This initiative, aimed at bolstering Aruba’s e-government capabilities, underscores the government’s commitment to modernizing administrative services and fostering a more business friendly landscape.

Minister Wever, alongside a high-level delegation including Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes and key government officials, will be present at the LGO-EU Forum from February 26 to 29, 2024. As Aruba’s Territorial Authorizing Officer (TAO), Minister Wever will sign this key agreement, signaling a significant boost to the island’s digital infrastructure.

Investors considering doing business in Aruba can take confidence in the government’s commitment to streamlining various administrative processes within this efficient digital environment. The e-government platform will render benefits for investors by way of automating and simplifying administrative processes, providing easy access to relevant information, conducting online transactions, and tracking and monitoring the status of their applications. The take-home is that doing business will become significantly easier.

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