Operations and state assets
State operations are extensive in scope and functions involved in the state's financial and operational infrastructure include accounting for public agencies, dissemination of information on state finances, effective payment mediation, public procurement and human resources. Efforts are directed at continuous improvement of state operations, with the objective to organise state activities in a way that enables their adaptation to changing social circumstances and encourages effective administration, more efficient use of resources and better performance.
The many and varied state assets include buildings and other structures, agricultural land, deserted farms, lots and other property. Furthermore, over 30 corporations are majority-owned by the state. Efforts are focused on co-ordinated, professional and efficient management of all state assets. To this end the administration of assets, in which the state has a majority interest, is centralised and work is underway on central registration of all state assets, rights and natural resources.