€5.650.880 EU Funded “EU4Armenia: e-Gov Actions” Project Launched
The official launch of the “EU4Armenia: e-Gov Actions” Project took place in Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, 16 Halabyan St, Yerevan, on Friday, 20th of July, at 17:30.
On behalf of the European Union, the Project was officially launched by H.E. Mr. Piotr Antoni Świtalski, Ambassador, Head of European Union Delegation to the Republic of Armenia and Ms. Katarína Mathernová, Deputy Director-General for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations of the European Commission. On behalf of the Government of the Republic of Armenia Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Tigran Avinyan delivered a welcoming speech emphasising the importance of the Project for the Armenian economy and its citizens.
The Project is funded by the European Union and is aimed at enhancing the efficiency, quality, accessibility and transparency of public services in Armenia. A large-scale project on establishing "One stop shop" system in the Government of Armenia is implemented within the scope of the program and is coordinated by "Digital Armenia" Foundation on behalf of the Government of the RA.
Mr. Tigran Tshorokhyan, the Executive Director of “Digital Armenia” Foundation presented the Government's vision on digital transformation in Armenia, and briefly reflected on the significant projects and their outcomes, implemented in this area.
The international expert shared important insights about the most recent trends and innovative solutions in the field of electronic governance in the world. The representatives of the Consortium member companies presented the key aspects of the project, the details of its implementation and the expected results.
The project has two components։ “Governmental Interoperability Platform” and “Single Electronic Window”․
The “Governmental Interoperability Platform” will ensure reliable, safe, efficient and swift exchange of information flows and data among all public administration institutions. The establishment of the platform will result in significantly improved quality of public service delivery by simplifying the procedures and reducing required time for getting services.
“Single Electronic Window” will secure electronic exchange of data among all state agencies and economic agents in border crossing procedures. This will lead to simplified communication among all involved parties, elimination of administrative burden and acceleration of processes.