Monitoring of official webpage of the Tbilisi City Hall

News 10 April 2012

On March 15th , 2012 IDFI expert team has conducted information transparency and e-Governance (e-Accessibility and technical operability) monitoring of official webpage of the Tbilisi City Hall ( within the framework of the project “Monitoring of Information (Internet) Resources of Public Authorities of Georgia“.

The monitoring showed that due to the large number of users of the official web-site of Tbilisi City Hall and high importance of information content of the web-site, first of all,  the information about personnel recruitment (vacancies) needs to be proactively disclosed.  In addition, the categorization and separation of the financial information from the budgetary documents should simplify the search process of the aforementioned information for web-site users. The action should also enhance the transparency and availability of financial information for interested persons by means of the web-site.

It is also worth mentioning that the search process of any public information proactively published on the web-site of Tbilisi City Hall is obstructed due to the fact that there are two different domain addresses for one structural web-site: and

The following important databases should be refined and upgraded: decrees, orders, instructions, competitions etc. The project costs should be given in separate section of web-site. The structure of web-site must be ordered, the news archive and its calendar needs to be created, the communication standards with citizens need the refinement, the contact section of web-site should be created etc.


According to assessment parameters of IDFI the webpage of the  Tbilisi City Hall amounted :

Information transparency rating: 17.93%

E- accessibility and technical operability rating: 36.93%

Total rating of web-page: 27.43%

The statistics, problems revealed and corresponding recommendations are given in the below attached file:

 Monitoring of  web-page
of the
Tbilisi City Hall 2012

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