Grenada: The Ministry of Information is pleased to announce that the Government Information Service (GIS) will soon begin a restructuring process to strengthen the delivery of news and information that matters most to citizens, according to the latest post shared by the Government of Grenada.
As per the update, leading professional services firm, Ernst and Young, commonly known as EY, has been contracted to lead the organisational restructuring and change management process, ensuring that the GIS is positioned for long-term success. The EY team successfully conducted the restructuring of the Jamaica Information Service (JIS).
The Government of Grenada outlined that the Government Advisor, Orlando Romain, said the goal of the initiative is to streamline operations, make better use of resources and provide training, where necessary, to maintain high standards of content creation and dissemination.
He was quoted saying, “The new structure will allow the Government Information Service to better serve the Grenadian public by providing news and information in a wholistic manner that seeks to educate and engage.”
The Grenadian Government also emphasized that Romain noted that the restructuring process would also include investing in innovative technologies and tools to improve workflows and enhance the ability to gather, report, and distribute news.
“We are confident that these changes will result in a stronger and more effective GIS,” he added.
In addition to this, the government also shared updated regarding the Government moves forward with the restructuring process and assured that regular updates will be provided to the general public of the nation.
This decision was praised by many, some of the users stated, “The best news for GIS and G’da,” while another mentioned, “This intended change is welcome.” The third one commented, “Great work, Wonderful.”