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Estonian state real estate management company creates remote workstations in 3 small towns

BC, Tallinn, 05.07.2018.Print version
The state real estate management company RKAS has created the first remote workstations for state institutions in the central Estonian towns of Rapla and Paide and the western Estonian town of Haapsalu, informs LETA/BNS.

It is a pilot project which was created pursuant to the government's March 16 decision to create remote state institution offices in counties to improve access to public services and cut real estate costs, RKAS said.

The plan with remote workstations is to offer state institution employees a chance to comfortably work temporarily in a different location and to parallelly assess the suitability of the location and rooms, ease of use of remote workstations as well as what additional possibilities remote workstations could offer in the future.

The remote workstations were set up in buildings where mainly state institutions are operating. All remote workstations were equipped with secure IT systems and entrances. Each of the three towns has four remote workstations at the moment.

The remote workstations are located at 14 Tallinn Road in Rapla, 9 Ehte Street in Haapsalu and 18 Tallinn Road in Paide.

In case the remote workstations become popular, more such workstations would be set up across Estonia. The pilot project is to last until the spring of 2019.

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