IDFI appealed to Tbilisi City Council and asked to prepare memorial boards to immortalize members of Military Center
On January 15th, IDFI presented its research "Access to Public Information in Georgia" at Tbilisi Courtyard Marriott. The research was conducted within the scopes of the project "Open Data: Sources for Changes and Innovations" which IDFI was implementing from September 1st to January 30th, with the financial assistance of the USAID's project - Good Governance Initiative in Georgia (GGI).
According to the research of IDFI, number of Open Data published on Open Data Portal (117 Open Data) does not comply with existing resources in terms of Open Data of Public Institutions.
Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Georgian National University (SEU) signed a memorandum on January 13th, 2016.
Based on the open data published on the Georgian government portal data.gov.ge IDFI has created special web-applications - currency exchange offices in Georgia and registry of notary bureaus in Georgia.
On January 15th, 11:00 AM, at Courtyard Marriot Hotel Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) will hold the presentation of summarizing report of the project Open Data – Source for Changes and Innovations, funded by USAID program Good Governance Initiative (GGI) in Georgia.
On December 30th, 2015, in accordance with the #195/3 Order of the Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia, the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance was established.
IDFI’s 2009-2015 Report includes a comprehensive information on organization’s activities and achievements within the given years.
The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information organizes a lecturing course at International Black Sea University on February 8, 2016.
In different developed and developing countries, there are several forms of ownership of medical organizations: Nonprofit, For-profit, State-owned, Public-private partnership. Such diversity is mostly due to the particularities of the medical market. However, there are predominantly two forms of ownership in Georgia – for-profit and state-owned.
|26 February 2019|