Recruitment begins for new C.S.L. chief executive

The Government has begun the recruitment process for a new Computer Services Limited (CSL) chief executive officer.

The successful applicant will succeed the late Laeimau Oketevi Tanuvasa-Savea, who passed on last December after a long illness.

An advertisement advising of the vacancy in the top position was published in last Thursday’s edition of the Samoa Observer. Applicants have until Friday, February 15 to submit an expression of interest letter to the acting chairman of the National Provident Fund Board of Directors.

Prime Minister Dr. Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, when commenting on the passing of the late CEO, said Laeimau was a visionary who saw information technology as a gateway to Samoa’s prosperity. 

“Her mission was to transform our country into the Pacific’s ITC literacy hub, from technical, personnel resources to cyber security, it was her bible, second to her Fatoia EFKS Congregation,” he said.

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