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
IDFI submitted repeatedly an official request of public information to the Administration of the President. IDFI inquired an Information on the Request on which the Administration of the Presidents did not replied: 1. The salaries/wages and Bonuses of the President of Georgia, of the Head of Administration of the President, of Deputy Heads of the Administration of Advisors to the President, of Heads of Departments
IDFI submitted repeatedly an official request of public information to the Tbilisi City Hall. IDFI inquired an Information the Request on which the City Hall has left unanswered: 1. The salaries/wages of Mayor of Tbilisi, of Vice Mayor, of Deputy Mayors, of Head of Administration and of Deputy Heads of Administration and of Heads of municipal Departments (apart) paid from the Government Budget during 2009-2010 years (monthly). 2. Expenses incurred by the official trips of Mayor o
IDFI submitted repeatedly an official request of public information to eleven Ministries: 1. Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia 2. Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories 3. Ministry of Education and science 4. Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance 5. Ministry of Energy 6. Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection 7. Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Protection
IDFI requested following public information: 1. 2010 budget of Parliament of Georgia and Changes in the Budget with quarterly and monthly breakdown. 2. The list of members of Parliament (Chairman of Parliament, Deputy Chairmen of Parliament, Chairmen of committee and Deputy Chairmen of committee and other members of Parliament), salaries and bonuses of members of Parliament paid from the
Information on Salaries, Bonuses and Communication Expenses of Government Officials Opened to the Public On December 16, a new internet portal of public information www.opendata.geopened. The web page provides information on budgets, reserve funds and payroll funds of different ministries as well as bonuses received by ministers and other public officials. Communication and fuel expenses of government officials
On December 16th at 12:00 Noon at the Tbilisi Marriott the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information will conduct a presentation of the new web-site www.opendata.ge created in the framework of the Public information on-line database Public information registry project, financed by the Open Society Georgia Foundation. Public Information officially released by various public institutions is compiled on the website, including budgets of government institutions, payroll funds, st
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