Damjan Mancevski - Minister of Information Society and Administration of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia.
Damjan Mancevski has more than ten years of working experience in the field of ICT, as manager and CEO of several companies. Between 2005 and 2006 he worked as radio frequency engineer in the Agency for Electronic Communications (AEC).
He was elected Member of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia in the December Parliamentary Elections.
His vision as Minister of Information Society and Administration is to work together with ICT companies to create innovative solutions for strengthening the efficiency of policies and introducing new technological processes to boost productivity, raising Macedonia as an example for the countries in the region in terms of Digital Transformation. Together with his team, Mancevski will work on creating an accountable and transparent public administration that works in service of the citizens, by re-establishing the merit system and strengthening programs for the professional training of officials. Public Administration Reform (PAR) will be implemented in an open, consultative process with civil society, trade unions, chambers, and other relevant stakeholders.
Damjan Mancevski holds a degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the "St. Cyril and Methodius" University in Skopje, at the study program" Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications". In 2009, he was a Chevening scholar at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, gaining a postgraduate degree. In 2003, he participated in the US Department of State program "Young European Leaders and Policies on Current Political, Economic and Social Issues", while in the period 2003-2004 he participated in the "School for Future Politicians" organized by the Friedrich Ebert and Alfred Moser Foundations.
Mancevski is fluent in English and Serbian/Croatian.