Cipcic-Bragadin Mesic & Associates has executed a public procurement advisory agreement with the Croatian Ministry of Public Administration in relation to the implementation of an e-Business project.
In addition to Cipcic-Bragadin Mesic & Associates, others involved in the project include the Financial Agency – FINA, the APIS IT - Information System, and the Information Technologies Support Agency. Other advisers to Croatia's Ministry of Public Administration include KPMG, Projekt Jednako Razvoj, and Tridea.
The project, which is valued at over HRK 50 million, is financed by a grant from the European Social Fund, Operational Program-Effective Human Resources 2014-2020.
According to Cipcic-Bragadin Mesic & Associates, “once implemented, the e-Business project will provide unique access to electronic services for business users, [who will gain the] ability to download documentation on a personal computer, such as required documents from the tax authorities, health insurance, the pension system, etc. The implementation of the e-Business project will also provide unique access to public electronic services intended for business users, as well as secure electronic communication from public authorities to business entities through a so-called "Business User Inbox." With the help of e-Authorization, power of attorney and representation will be supported. This will also ... allow family members who do not know / do not want to use digital technology to give their family member a power of attorney so that they can use e-Citizens e-services instead.”
Cipcic-Bragadin Mesic & Associates' team is led by Partner Silvije Cipcic-Bragadin.