Sava Savic

Assistant Minister, Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Information Society Sector

He was born on April 27, 1978 in Krusevac. He finished elementary school in Brus and the secondary school of electrical engineering in Krusevac. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade.

Vocational education and training continues attending the international programs of education and seminars related to project management, planning and implementation of IT projects according to procedures of World Bank and IPA projects.

He started his career in 1998 as an administrator and coordinator of the student exchange program, and continues as an assistant - demonstrator at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. He works as a system engineer first in the National Library in Belgrade, and then in two private companies in Serbia and the United States. He was involved in telecommunications and projects for the implementation of new mobile operator services. During his stay in the USA, he was trained in IT consulting. Upon his return to Serbia, he became one of the first IT consultants to implement IT based eco-systems based on the "Apple" platform.

From 2009-2012. In the same year, he worked in the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy as the coordinator of IT components of the project "DILS", which was implemented under the auspices of the World Bank. Within the project he dealt with the IT infrastructure of the main contracting clients. An integral part of the work was decision-making related to technological solutions on all components of the project. In the Ministry he was a project manager for key business and IT procurement. He participated with the IT team of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health in establishing interoperability and development of IT systems. As an IT consultant, he worked on the project team "PARIP", which related to the establishment of the Central Registry of Obligatory Social Security, i.e., to solve the problem of slowdown of this project.

From 2012-2014. He worked for the Digital Agenda Directorate as assistant director. He dealt with the establishment of electronic public services and the development of the national e-government portal, state administration reform and European integration through the introduction of information technologies.

In the recent years he actively participates in the work of professional associations and world expert meetings.


He speaks English.

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