Short Review of Legal Foundations of e-Government and e-Transparency in Georgia The presented short review of the legislative base of Georgia on e-Governance and e-Transparency makes clear that some legislative regulation is to be made in the future. First of all, it must be mentioned that the Government is on the first stage of transformation to the e-Government. It is natural that the legislative base at this stage is not so well-developed for state bodies and public employees as well a
E-Governance and E-Transparency International Tendencies and Georgia we may say that positive tendencies are observed in Georgia in the direction of e-Governance development. Modern informational technologies are introduced in practice and significant electronic projects are planned. Governmental commission supporting e-Governance development has been operating since 2007. The Commission is directly
The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information will conduct a presentation of a new book Electronic transparency in Georgia. The book was published in the framework of the project Monitoring of Governmental Agencies Informational Resources (official web-sites) which was financed by the Open Society Institute and the National Security Archive. The book is related to the tendencies of development of electronic government and electronic transparency in Georgia and worldwide, also to the
Non-governmental organizations along with investigative journalists, academics, and access to information campaigners from 48 countries in Europe and beyond called on Members of the European Parliament to act urgently to protect EU transparency rules. The call comes as the European Union engaged in a review of its access to documents regulation that could result in freedom of information being severely
IDFI requested from the Parliament the list of the members of Parliament and information pertaining wages and bonuses of the members of Parliament according their positions (Chairman of the Parliament, Deputy Chairmen,Chairmen of committee and Deputy Chairmen of committee and other members of Parliament) apart, paid from the budget during 2010 calendar year monthly. As a response IDFI received
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development has refused to provide public information about bonuses of Public Officials with the reason, that mentioned information is personal information. IDFI has submitted repeatedly an official request to the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development. IDFI requested information the Request on which Ministry has left unanswered. In particular information
On December 27 Ilia State University has informed IDFI that it requires determined ten days for providing of requested information. It must be mentioned, that no one from other public institutions had fulfilled this procedure determined by the Administrative Code, Chapter 40 See the enclosed file: Answer of the Ilia State University
The Institute for development of Freedom of Information has submitted to the Iv. Javakhishvili State University and to the Ilia State University an official request for Public Information: 1. The salary of Rector of University paid from the Government Budget during 2009-2010 years (monthly). 2. The list of employees of the University and their Salaries, Bonuses and Rewards paid from the Government Budget during 2009-2010 years. 3. Expenses incurred by the official trips of em
IDFI on 27 December 2010 has submitted the administrative appeal to the Ministry of Defense due to refusal to give the public information.
IDFI requested public information from the Ministry of Defence according to the Administrative Code of Georgia. The access to public information was denied from the Ministry of Defence.
IDFI submitted an official request of public information to Chancellary of Government of Georgia. IDFI requested Public Information pertaining Reserve Founds, all decrees issued by the Government of Georgia pertaining transfer of sums from the Government of Georgia to the Ministries. submission date: 24/12/2010 receipt date: 10/01/2011
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