CNI offers you its library that has a:
The CNI library provides its users (2015 figures):
1286 titles in Arabic and Latin (French and English) on computerization strategies; information and communication technology, management and methodology.
Electronic and print computer periodicals,
Studies and technical reports,
Reference works : guides, directories, dictionaires,
The library is open to students, staff and others.
Documents required :
Officials :- A photocopy of the national identity card
- A work certificate
- A stamped envelope with the exact address of the official
- An identity photo
- A photocopy of the national identity card
- A stamped envelope with the exact address of the student
- An identity photo
On site consultation:
- Books: books of the CNI are available for consultation on presentation of the current year library card.
- Electronic and print periodicals: service available to all library users: on site consultation.
- Reference service: this service provides users with a collection of reference books (dictionaries, encyclopedias, directories, etc.).
Newly acquired books
Realization of master plans of most government departments, public institutions and a very large number of companies in various socio-economic sectors as well as model master plans of governorates and municipalities.
Steering the implementation of IT master plans and action plans of a large number of establishments including:
- Education Mutual Insurance (MAE)
- The National Social Security Fund;
- The Tourism Real Estate Agency;
- The National Documentation Center ;
- The Office of Livestock and Pasture;
- Tunisia ’s National Tourist Office;
- National Company of Cellulose and Esparto Paper.
Assistance to the establishment of the inter-national administrative network (French: RNIA) as part of the modernization of the administration, while promoting the digital economy.
Participation in the 2011 and 2014 elections process.
Development of key national and sector applications and those of common use for the benefit of several ministries and public enterprises.
Development of data exchange services between different applications (Madania, CNSS, INS, CNRPS).
National Backup to rescue the major applications of the state.
Training and organization of training courses of different levels and expertise and capacity-strengthening seminars for the benefit of most government departments and agencies.
Export of services in the field of training to some European and African countries.
Several projects were carried out within the framework of international cooperation with the European Commission such as the Euro-Mediterranean projects "MED-IST" and "JOIN-MED", and currently (2014-2016):
- MOSAIC "Cooperation with Mediterranean Partners to build around ICT and Societal Opportunities and Industrial Challenges of Horizon 2020
- MED-DIALOGUE "Supporting dialogue and cooperation with the MPC to strengthen the research links with Europe .
Partnership with SAA Italy (Scuola in Amministrazione Aziendale e amministrazione pubblica) for training in e-commerce on behalf of the Ministry of Commerce and Handicrafts.
Participation in the preparation and organization of several international events...
Skilled and versatile human resources:
The total number of National Center of Informatics human resources is currently 232 agents and managers, including engineers, experts, consultants, designers, developers and technicians. The coaching staff features:
A Great experience in research, development, maintenance, security, operations and training,
Extensive experience in project management and assistance for its customers
Expertise in the management of information processing and application and data security centers,
A perfect mastery of the latest tools of Information and Communication Technologies.
Staff certified in project management / PMP, ITIL foundation, quality auditors in Java development, security, networks, etc...
Material resources and work environment:
A hosting and information processing center having nearly 50 servers and a storage system hosting 30 databases to which are connected approximately 4,500 workstations located in the administration at central and regional levels,
A National Backup Center located outside Greater Tunis to implement the national security plan for national information systems and major applications of the state,
A center for training and retraining providing training courses on national and sector applications as well as e-government services, as well as expertise and continuing training seminars for advancement, An lecture hall with 200 seats and a library specializing in IT (books, technical journals, press releases ...) providing services such as lending of books and CD-Rom and Internet research,
A service center to listen to customers.
The National Center of Informatics was established on December 30, 1975 by Law No. 75-83 of December 30, 1975, Sections 35 to 42, as a public industrial and commercial institution.
It was reclassified Non-Administrative Public Establishment in 1997.
A training program was instituted at CNI In 1992 for introduction to work in public administration.
Evolution of its missions:
1 / The CNI was established on 30/12/1975 by Law No. 75-83 of December 30, 1975- Sections 35 to 42, as an Industrial and Commercial Public Establishment (French: EPIC). In 1997 it was reclassified Non-Administrative Public Establishment (French: EPNA).
Its missions are established by Decree No. 2007-1359 of June 4, 2007:
Outsourcing of national systems
Implementation and deployment of e-Administration Centre
Fixing and proposing methods and engineering and technical standards
Conducting Studies: of orientation, strategic and IT audit missions
Training for the benefit of the Administration
CNI played an important role in:
Planning and organization of the IT sector in Tunisia and preparation and monitoring of the work of National IT Plans.
Rationalization of the acquisition of computer equipment, products and services by the administration and public enterprises (Prime Minister’s Circulars of: October 19, 1977, June 18, 1981, September 24, 1985).
Execution of the process of prior approval to the implementation of IT projects, their planning and their monitoring. (Prime Minister’s Circular: June 18, 1981, September 24, 1985 August 16, 1988, January 15, 1998).
Defining incentives and benefits to the IT sector:
- 1978: transfer of the IT specialists’ training section (programmers and analysts) of the National School of Administration to CNI
- 1992: establishment at CNI of a job training program in public administration.
2/ Since 2007 new tasks were assigned to the CNI in response to the needs of the national ICT sector and in the context of the implementation of the national policy on e-Gov;
Management of the National Integrated Network of the Administration and Government Intranet
ISP of Administration
Responsible for the continued operation of national applications via the backup center
Actor for certifying ICT training of state personnel
The National Center of Informatics is a public administrative body with legal personality and financial autonomy. It was established on December 30, 1975.
The CNI is an institution under the authority of the Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy. It operates in the fields of IT and communication technologies and is certified in accordance with ISO 9001-2015.
The CNI mainly provides support to public administrative structures in implementation, deployment and operation of IT systems. It carries out the following activities:
I/ Delegated project management
Delegated project management and project management
II/ Research &Consulting
II.1/ IT system
IT system audit;
Opportunity study, preliminary study, organizational study;
Preparation of IT master plans, terms of reference, specifications and action plans;
Assistance in opening of tenders
II.2/ Networking and security
Networking and security study;
Assistance in network reception and installation;
Developing network and security specifications
Assistance in sorting
Technical guidance and advice
Development and maintenance of information systems;
Training on information systems developed by CNI
Hosting of applications and data with or without operation
V/ Backup and business continuity
Ensuring operating continuity of national applications in case of a disaster
Ensuring continuity of services provided to users
Assisting other institutions to establish backup solutions
Hosting platforms of its customers (dedicated services)
Providing advisory services to develop business continuity plans (BCP),
Disseminating know-how in backup and BCP
VI/ Training & certification
Training on national applications
Training for qualifications
Work experience and internship
VII/ Deployment of applications and user support:
CNI deploys applications developed for the administration in view of their operation.
Deployment can be made on-site or in the offices of CNI
CNI makes available to users assistants to initiate them to the proper operation of these applications.