Beyond its health and economic impacts, COVID-19 also affects the normal functioning of businesses and public administrations. These entities must now adapt by reviewing their production processes as well as their working methods. Business continuity must be ensured while respecting the social distancing measures imposed by the response against COVID-19. At the Ministry of the Economy and Finance, far from considering this requirement as a new constraint for the functioning of the administration, this situation rather appeared as an opportunity to accelerate the process of digital transformation. Digitization now allows the central administration as well as the executives of the ministry to carry out a whole series of tasks by teleworking, to carry out the CODIRs by videoconference, while putting a good number of dematerialized services at the service of users / customers. Thus, under the leadership of the Minister of Economy and Finance Romuald Wadagni, a 2.0 ministry is being set up to ensure the continuity of public service despite the constraints imposed by the response against COVID-19.