Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies (Tunisia)

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Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy
وزير تكنولوجيات الاتصال و المعلومات
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The Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy of Tunisia (Arabic: وزير تكنولوجيات الاتصال و المعلومات‎) is a cabinet-level governmental agency in Tunisia in charge of organizing the sector, planning, control and supervision of activities directed at acquiring new technology and improving the communications sector in Tunisia.

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The ministry is headed by the Minister aided by the Secretary of State for Information, Internet and Free Software. The Cabinet of the ministry consists of several departments:

  • Central recording office;
  • Information, reception and public relations office;
  • Office for following up decisions made by the ministerial council, the inner ministerial councils and the inter-ministerial councils;
  • Office responsible for the operational system of communications help, safety and office hours;
  • Office of Citizen Relations;
  • Technology monitoring office;
  • General affairs office;
  • International cooperation, foreign relations and partnership office;
  • Investors supervisory and approval office;
  • Documentary management and documentation office;
  • Advisory committees.


Ministry is responsible for setting up strategic studies in the field of telecommunications; supervising research programs and industrial activities, and fitting them to the sector’s requirements; setting up the standards and specifications pertaining to the communications sector; introducing the technological progress in the context of the economic and social development plans; supervising investors and, where necessary, intervening in the concerned enterprises to help them obtain services that come under this sector in the best possible conditions; supervising agents’ activities in the field of telecommunications and postal services; establishing organizational and regulatory framework to ensure the sector operates correctly, and introducing the structural and functional changes required by the demands of efficiency and quality in this domain; developing international cooperation and partnership in the field of telecommunications.

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