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The Department of the Treasury's IT Coordination Office

The IT Coordination Office is responsible for managing and developing all of the Department of the Treasury’s IT resources, infrastructure and networks; within the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Department of the Treasury is responsible for providing technical support for the drawing up of Italy's economic policy.

The IT Coordination Office heads up the three projects co-financed with resources from the NOP on Governance, in order to promote and ensure greater efficiency regarding the Department of the Treasury's governance and its administrative and technical capacity.​​​​​

3 Co-Financed Projects
120 Specialists
9 Areas of Expertise

Organising co-financed projects

Organising co-financed projects

In order to implement and manage the three National Operational Programmes (NOPs) on Governance for the 2014-2020 period, the Department of the Treasury's IT Coordination Office incorporates a range of different skills, with a structure that involves all the areas necessary to ensure constant supervision over the activities carried out.

Programme management

Governance team

Technical secretariat

Economic-financial planning

 

Dissemination

 

Engineering and innovation

 

Areas of expertise

Areas of expertise

The DT's IT Coordination Office organises its initiatives and projects based on its areas of expertise.

This team manages, monitors and develops central processing infrastructure and the e-mail system. It liaises with logistics managers for matters regarding the electricity supply and air-conditioning systems present in the Department's Data Centres, as well as ensuring that the Department of the Treasury can communicate properly; it also represents the Department of the Treasury when dealing with third parties providing certified e-mail services.

IT staff deal with the management of peripheral IT equipment and the related infrastructure, liaising with users, monitoring outsourced services and the relative levels of performance (SLA), ensuring the progressive planning of service infrastructure and implementing measures to ensure the security of all client stations. This team manages authentication, identification and access systems for IT application resources.

This team re-engineers and standardises processes by using innovative technological tools that help simplify and streamline administrative procedures. It plans and develops technical-application projects/services, integration and application interoperability. It also promotes the adoption of application and development standards.

This team manages DT applications by monitoring application performance indicators for outsourced services (SLA), providing specialist application assistance services and carrying out maintenance to correct, adapt and preserve systems.

This team manages and develops the DT’s telecommunications systems (geographic data networks, fixed and mobile telephone network, audio-video communications) and those of the Service Desk.

This team manages, monitors and develops the DT's internet and intranet services, coordinating with the Communications and External Relations Office to manage content relating to the IT Coordination Office. It also manages the relative databases and InfoProviders.

This team prepares the documentation required to draw up annual and multi-annual economic plans and coordinates operational flows.

This team supports all the activities carried out by the Office supervisor and manages the computerised procedures for members of staff belonging to the IT Coordination Office. It also actively contributes to innovative HR processes, supervises staff training courses and manages documentation on behalf of the Office supervisor as well as the IT Coordination Office's digital signatures.

This team takes care of all the activities to manage the IT Coordination Office Protocol, in line with applicable regulations. In particular, it manages the registration of incoming and outgoing documents, as automatically generated by the IT system, classifying and assigning them to the competent teams using codes to identify internal documents and incoming and outgoing documents that are external to the Administration.