Grenada Broadcasting Network

17th July 2024




The official communications arm for the government will soon see some much-needed reformation.

As the government seeks to improve the flow of information between the government and the public.

The Ministry of Information has contracted a Leading professional services firm, named Ernst and Young, commonly known as EY, to lead the organizational restructuring and change management process of the Government information service.

This move is said to ensure that the GIS is positioned for long-term success.

According to a press release issued by the ministry, Government Advisor, Orlando Romain, said the goal of the initiative is to streamline operations, make better use of resources and provide training, where necessary, to maintain high standards of content creation and dissemination.

Romain also noted that the restructuring process would also include investing in innovative technologies and tools to improve workflows and enhance the ability to gather, report, and distribute news.

When asked if this restructuring process will affect the employment status of employees Romain said there will be some realignment of the current personnel and new personnel will have to be brought on board to fill some of the vacant positions and new departments.

In Light of this move, starting this week, the nightly National Report will be replaced by a weekly news wrap-up that will provide a more comprehensive and in-depth look at the important news stories of the week.

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