The ITCEQ organizational chart fixed by the decree 2009-3038 of October 12th 2009 contains the Directorate general and six Central Departments:
The C.D of Economic Studies elaborates studies and develops methodologies and instruments relating to:
- Macroeconomics, monitoring and analysis of global balances and monetary and tax issues.
- Sector studies and sustainable development.
The C.D of Social Studies elaborates studies and develops the necessary tools relating to:
- The Tunisian development social aspects such as the contribution of human resources on growth.
- The evaluation and policy analysis of employment and income distribution.
The C.D of Competitiveness elaborates studies on:
- Monitoring and analysis of the Tunisian economy competitiveness and its determinants.
- Developing methodologies, quantitative and qualitative indicators and databases necessary to these studies.
The C.D of Synthesis and Modeling carries out studies and scenarios on:
- Macroeconomic and sectoral prospects and growth of the Tunisian economy.
- Develops modeling tools, impact measuring and simulations necessary to these studies.
The C.D of Information System, Documentation, Training and Cooperation gives the necessary support to the Institute’s activities through:
- Modernizing and maintaining IT infrastructure security, databases developing and preservation.
- Developing and promoting ICT use.
- Developing, monitoring and coordinating training programs.
- Promoting cooperation and exchange of expertise and the implementing the institute’s policy in this field.
- Developing and preservation of the institute’s library collection and archives.
The C.D of Administration and Finance manages human resources and social affairs, keeps accounts, treasury, budget and asset of the institute.
Two units are attached to the Directorate general:
- Reception unit, communication and the registry office.
- Auditing and management control unit.
The ITCEQ has also its consultative Scientific Council examining the Institute’s study and research programs, the realized studies and the adopted methodologies.