The Government Gazette, in Maltese “Il-Gazzetta tal-Gvern“, is published by the Department of Information every Tuesday and every Friday.
You can receive it by post and you can also order a standing order to receive it regularly. Now, the Government Gazette is also available online.
For people who own a computer and have internet available, this is ideal because they can have immediate hands-on knowledge about anything regarding the Maltese government and their requirements as well as any rules and regulations which are being amended.
The Government Gazette is very informative and offers services such as government notices, police notices, notices in general, notices to mariners, calls for tenders, employment opportunities and also court notices. Other interesting information which is vital to the driver of vehicles when manoeuvring our roads is which roads are being closed and when. Also of interest is the lost and found section.
Fil-Gazzetta tal-Gvern online, you can also search for employment with the government. This includes local banks and post offices as well as other parastatal departments. Calls for tenders are also of interest to companies looking to satisfy the government’s needs as regards financial and stock requirements. There is also information regarding contracts which the government departments are looking to make with the Planning Authority, Enemalta, Water Services, etc. etc.
Having this service on line is very helpful and also gives one immediate information which is important especially when there is a deadline involved for calls for tenders etc. Although some people might prefer the traditional way of reading the Government Gazette, the new Gazzetta tal-Gvern Online should prove to be popular since it is definitely more efficient and can be accessed all the time.