Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Jeenbekov held a working meeting on the introduction of a system of electronic public services in Kyrgyzstan. Information Support Department of the Cabinet's executive office reported.
The pilot project was presented by the Chairman of the State Committee for Information Technologies and Communications Bakyt Sharshembiev.
"In order to restore the confidence of citizens to public services, eliminate corruption in the system of governance, create conditions for obtaining quality services by the citizens, it is necessary to launch the system in the first quarter of 2017. Representatives of the business community and ordinary citizens should feel the positive changes and the difference from the transition to electronic format," the head of government said.
He stressed that in order to increase transparency and expand the range of electronic services it is necessary to strengthen their cooperation with the State Committee of Information Technologies and Communications.
"Tunduk" electronic interdepartmental interaction system was created for the solution of these problems. Its base, which is currently operating in test mode, contains a description of 21 e-services provided by eight government agencies. About 20 other government services will be included into the system in the near future.