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Sara Carrasqueiro


Sara Carrasqueiro is a member of the Administrative Modernization Agency's Board of Directors since March 2018. She has a degree in Electronic and Computer Science and a Masters in Clinical Engineering.

Throughout her professional career she held multiple positions in private and public entities, providing consultancy services in strategic management, auditing, project and quality management, engineering and information systems, specifically regarding the national health system, namely in the eHealth Network, where she participated as a European Commission expert.

From 2012 to 2018 she collaborated with SPMS - Shared Services for the Ministry of Health of Portugal, where she had leading positions directing and coordinating departments related to national health information ecosystem, enterprise architecture and auditing, national registries and interoperability platforms, international projects, among others.

Sara Carrasqueiro is also a researcher in these areas, focusing specifically in Public Governance and Administrative Modernization and Innovation. She collaborates with different academic institutions, namely with the University of Lisbon, where she teaches Shared Resources Management and eGovernment.

Paulo Mauritti


Paulo Mauritti is on the Administrative Modernization Agency (AMA) Board of Directors since April of 2018.
He started his professional journey as an attorney and a university lecturer. During his long experience in the Portuguese public administration he worked as Legal Adviser, as Human Resources and Training Director in the Citizens Shops Management Institute, and as Deputy Director of the Directorate General for Regional Development and of the Directorate General for the Local Administration. He was also the Head of the AMA Legal Department and a member of the AMA Board of Directors in 2015.
A reference should also be made to his position as a member of the Joint Committee constituted under the Collective Agreement for the General Careers of 2009, in which he was the official representative of the public employing entities. Besides, he acted as the representative of the Local Administration Secretary of State in the Monitoring Committees for the Regional Operational Programmes in the Portuguese mainland. Also of note is the fact that during his career he acted as advisor for different government members, and was the Chief of Staff of the Energy Secretary of State.