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The Director Mrs. Ghanima Brahimi
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The human resource is the vital component of any institution or agency, public or private, economic, scientific or otherwise.Managementof human resource must be entrusted to specialists who will ensure its well-being, training, meet their social needs and manage the career of each and everybody according to his ability and his work. The Ministry of Post and Information and Communication Technology is no exception to this rule and has set up a Directorate of General Administration. Well-defined responsibilities and prerogatives in conformity with the law This directorate is devoted for administrative management of staffin head office and its leadership, as well as external services and institutions under the supervision of the MPTIC. In this framework, it is responsible for deploying the required human resource to insure the efficient functioning of Head Office and external services, to determine their operational needs and equipment and to set up operating and equipment budgets allocated for sector and control its use. Besides, the DGA is responsible for the setting up of the internal monitoring structures to control procurement procedures. It also partakes in the planning and organization of professional examinations for internal career advancement for the staff. Ultimately, this directorate is responsible for the management and monitoring the follow up the implementation of the sectoral special allocation accounts in accordance with laws and regulations and to ensure the proper management and preservation of moveable and immoveable assets of the Ministry.
Director General Mrs. Zahia Brahimi
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The Directorate General of Information and Communication Technologies (DGTIC) core duty is to implement the strategy of the sector in terms of development, upgrading, optimizing and insuring the security of the telecommunications infrastructure. To do so, it relies on its structures which have the responsibility to develop the technical specifications in order to manage, control and monitor the activities inherent to radiocommunication, conduct discussions on various technologies and new telecommunication concepts and ensure the implementation of projects registered through various programs.
The Directorate General of Information and Communication Technologies carry out its tasks through its three (3) Directorates:
  • The Directorate of Information Technology and Communication Development
  • The Department of Research and Standardization
  • The Directorate of Infrastructure and Networks Security

uld be noted that the General Directorate of Information and Communication Technologies is also in charge of the missions of the Directorate for Universal Telecom munications Service.

Director General Mr. Ahmed Berbar
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The Directorate General for Information Society was established following the restructuring of MPTIC’s central administration in 2012. Its core mission is to develop the building of a strategy pertaining to Information Society and the Digital Economy "e-Algeria" and ensures its implementation. For this purpose, it has been structured into three divisions:
The Division of Development of the Information Society (DDIS) which is mainly responsible for proposing, in coordination with all stakeholders, the policy foundations required for the improvement of Information Society, mainly through the development of the e-administration, online services, and the establishment of partnerships between the public and the private stakeholders. The DDIS also offers the legal framework relating thereto, by integrating aspects of cyber security and means of countering cybercrime. The Universal Service Division and Reduction of the Digital Divide (DSURFN) is primarily responsible for outlining the Government's policy essentials pertaining to post and telecommunications universal service and the universal access to information technology and communication. The DSURFN also defines the measures and resources necessary to reduce the digital divide. The Statistics Division, Prospective and Strategic Watch (DSPVS) is primarily responsible for establishing a statistical database pertaining to the sector to ensure a strategic watch on the evolution of information society.

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It is responsible for planning the evolution, development, modernization and security of the network and post services, the Directorate General of Post has devised a public policy for the development of post and postal financial services. To this end, the Directorate General of the Post is responsible for ensuring the continuity and sustainability of network operations, infrastructures and post services while defining the strategy of postal savings and banking of postal financial services as well as the general policy of postal services pricing. Moreover, the Directorate General of the Post has the mission to develop the legal framework which governs postal activities and postal financial services to able to define the network security policy, infrastructures and postal services. The directorate of Post is also responsible for setting the curriculum associated with the development of post and postal financial services as well as to define the standards, technical conditions and technical specifications for post and postal financial services. The creation of the national philatelic heritage and its preservation fall within its prerogatives is equally with the development and defense of the Algerian position in international meetings and conferences related to postal activities and postal financial services. The Directorate General of Post is composed of three directorates.
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It is responsible for :
The Director Mr. Mahmoud Dif
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The legal directorate plays the dual role of legal advisor and legal representative of the ministry and of the Department of Regulation and Legal Affairs. It offers the same services for the administration and its decentralized services. It is composed of two sub-directorates.
The Sub-Directorate of regulatory monitoring insures the legal and regulatory framework of the sector, by guaranteeing the latter with a legal monitoring, by taking into consideration all legal dimensions of its multiple missions; The Sub-Directorate participates in the drafting of legal texts and insures their dissemination.
The Sub-Directorate of Legal Affairs represents the Department before the courts. It also follows the head office litigations and provides assistance to its structures at the provincial level.
The Director  Mrs. Hassina Laredj
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In conformity with its assigned missions, the DCRI contributes to the development of the field of Post and ICT by supporting the Ministry in the implementation of various projects and especially to ensure its core mission that of the implementation of the policy of international cooperation.
Hence, by defining national and international cooperation policy of the sector, the DCRI contributes :
  •  To the promotion and the strengthening of international relations with the relevant sectors  To the development of cooperation in investment and partnership.  To identify external funding sources of and their mobilization for the implementation of projects eligible for national cooperation, regional or international
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As part of the tasks entrusted to it, the Directorate of human resources development, training, crafts, research, innovation and technology transfer is responsible for:


  •  Defining and implementing the human resource sector recovery policy, training, research, innovation and technology transfer, which is a real program for the sector PTIC
  •  Propose elements of the sectorial policy to accommodate the use of information and communications technology
  •  Define human potential development programs in the field of information and communications technology
  •  Delineate recycling and development programs
  •  Promouvoir, en relation avec les secteurs concernés, la création d’établissements de formation dans les domaines des TIC
  •  Stimulate research and innovation by setting up an incentive framework for technology transfer in the areas related to activities of the sector
  •  Define and animate the framework of participation of national competencies resident abroad in research programs and innovation of this sector