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When will the services be truly electronic? The position of Sherzod Habibullaev

26 april 2017 y.    11:57
Before launching the new version of the portal UPIPS 2.0, users of social networks had many questions based on personal experience and information on the operation of similar systems abroad. This was shown by the questions received for the project "Temporarily available". We bring to your attention the answers given to them by the director of the Center for the Development of the Electronic Government System, Sherzod Habibullaev.

The license now can be obtained via the Internet

12 april 2017 y.    15:30
In the capital, the information system "License" is presented, designed to provide interactive services in the field of licensing and authorising procedures to entrepreneurs.

The Financial Times: Electronic government - dynamic driver of the future of Uzbekistan

04 january 2017 y.    16:12
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- The authoritative British the Financial Times published an article "Uzbekistan: e-government deepens participatory democracy and state transparency" dedicated to accelerating the development and implementation of information and communication technologies in all spheres of life of the state and society, Jahon news agency reported.
It describes the implementation of the Program for the development of a modern and based on best practices of e-government system for the period until 2020 which was adopted on the initiative of the first President Islam Karimov. It is reported that at this stage there have already been achieved positive results, including the functioning of the Single portal of interactive state services rendering over 290 modern services. It is noted that since the beginning of 2016 the number of applications increased by 2 times and amounted to 800 thousand. Previously, the state had to spend more resources to provide these services manually.

E-Government Systems Development

16 july 2015 y.    15:18
In a USTDA definitional mission to Uzbekistan Pythia International developed detailed terms of reference for an e-government implementation plan and taxation pilot. The plan, to be developed for the Uzbek Council of Ministers, will define the government’s current (baseline) IT and organizational environment, and provide a sequencing plan for transitioning from the baseline to the desired (target) architecture, including alignment of government processes, enhancement of networks and information systems, and development of  new applications. Under the same DM, Pythia also developed a project to create a modern database and deploy an enterprise-wide IT system for the Uzbek Standards Agency. As telecommunications infrastructure is an essential enabler of both projects, the DM report included a detailed assessment of the country’s backbone networks, a review of the national telecommunications and data network providers, and a description of ongoing expansion programs. Under a follow-on project, Pythia assisted the Uzbek Communications and Information Agency (UzACI) in the contractor selection process for e-government planning and pilot project. Based on the RFP documents and Uzbekistan’s procedures for competitive selection, Pythia developed detailed evaluation sheets and selection procedures for the UzACI, including sub-criteria, supporting explanations for each item, and a break-down of the scoring point attribution.

Almost 200 Centers of E-Government will Be Created in Uzbekistan in 2015

16 july 2015 y.    15:08
"In accordance with the concept, the main objective of this project is creation amenities and facilities for people to provide their access to the information they need, providing the widest possible range of high-quality interactive information services to the citizens of the republic, especially to those living in remote regions. This will also increase the level of computer literacy, will assist in the education and training in the field of information technology, and providing knowledge to socially vulnerable groups" - S. Habibullayev said.
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