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Microsoft creates digital skills academy for 250,000 Greek civil servants

A digital skills academy certified by Microsoft is being created by the technology giant in collaboration with the National Center for Public Administration and Self-Government (EKDDA). It is the next step in their existing "alliance", which has already led to the digital training of 4,500 civil servants, accelerating the goal of training a total of 250,000 civil servants by 2025 with resources from the Recovery Fund.

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Greek government robbing the weak to pay for civil servant perks

The government is reducing spending on the social protection of the weaker social groups, despite the assurances of Euclid Tsakalotos that taxes go to finance the government's social policy, while increasing the contributions paid by employers and professionals. This will result in the much-touted, by the government, budget surplus for 2018.

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