- March 29 2019
The Regulatory Improvement is Priority for the Government of Tamaulipas
Tamaulipas will be among the top five places for regulatory improvement in the country, said the Government Comptroller, Mario Soria Landero, to deliver his welcome message during the celebration of the second regular session of the State Regulatory Improvement Council, held this day, at the City of Reynosa.
The Regulatory Improvement in the Government of the State of Tamaulipas and in all its municipalities, he added, is a priority public policy for the state administration headed by our Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca.
Before the guests and members of this council, he thanked the assistance of the representative of the Governor, César Augusto Verástegui Ostos, Secretary General of the Government; of the National Commissioner of Regulatory Improvement, César Emiliano Hernández Ochoa; from Mayor Maki Ortiz Domínguez, from Deputy Ana Lidia Luévano de los Santos, from Carlos Alberto García, Secretary of Economic Development in the State and Advisor to this Council; as well as Abelardo Perales Meléndez, Legal Director of the State Government.
As we all know, explained Soria Landero, the policy of regulatory improvement aims at the integral, continuous and permanent improvement of the state and municipal regulation, through coordination between the Powers of the State, City Councils and Civil Society, with thirteen concrete actions , among which stand:
Ensure that regulation generates the maximum benefits for society, minimizing the compliance costs for individuals, promoting the increase in productivity, which guarantees human, social and economic development.
Promote the effectiveness and efficiency of public administration, as well as maximum transparency in the preparation and application of regulation and administrative acts, through public policies that promote e-government.
Guarantee that regulation and its application promote competition and free competition.
Establish public policies in favor of electronic government, through the promotion of a digital agenda in favor of regulatory improvement.
The comptroller welcomed the presence of the National Commissioner for Regulatory Improvement, for the opportunity to witness the efforts being made in the Government of Tamaulipas and its municipalities in this matter, and he expressed his gratitude for the support received to achieve the objectives set.