In July 2013, IDFI suggested the Ministry of Economic and Sustainable Development of Georgia a strategy of digital switchover of the regional and local broadcasters.
The civil service recruitment procedures have significantly improved after the adoption of the relevant decree by the Government of Georgia on the 20th of July this year. Overall the legal guarantees of the recruitment process being conducted in an objective and impartial way has been strengthened by the legislation. Nevertheless in the process of comparing Georgian legislation with international practices (the UK and Estonia) it was found that the legislation regulating civil service recruitment issues in Georgia needs further improvements, hence our recommendations are as follows.
Open Government Partnership Steering Committee is comprised of the representatives of the governments and civil society, who are working in close coordination with the aim of preserving the high standards of OGP and long-term sustainable development. This year, for the first time after 2011, OGP steering committee will be elected through voting among the member states. Georgia is one of those 11 countries, seeking the Steering Committee membership.
On February 11, 2014 IDFI addressed to the Penitentiary Department of the Ministry of Corrections of Georgia with the requests of various information, including the information about the bonuses and surpluses of high officials in 2013. Department failed to respond to this request
Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) participated in employment forum, organized by Ilia State University and introduced its aims and new vacancy.
Development and effective usage of modern technologies is important for economic growth of any country. Document “Global Information Technology Report 2014”, released by World Economic Forum
Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) offers database of FOI officers in charge of ensuring access to information and proactive disclosure of information in various public institutions.
A new public service reform concept, which was developed with IDFI’s active involvement, has been presented.
National Security Council has developed regulations for proactive disclosure of public information. Institution for Development of Freedom of Information has made significant commitment to the very process.
IIDFI encouraged the broadcasters to get united and engage in the process of negotiations with integrators; the organization also announced the date of the meeting that will address to discussing affordable technical solutions with integrators.
|20 January 2019|