1. April 2013
Author: Salome Chukhua
Editor: Levan Avalishvili
IDFI (Institute for Development of Freedom of Information) has been monitoring 23 public institution web-pages as well as the web-site of the administration of the President of Georgia in the frames of project ‘Development of e-Participation in Georgia’. Monitoring was conducted according to the 2012 UN E-Government Survey and ‘Evaluating the parameters of information transparency on the official web-pages of public institutions’ elaborated by IDFI in 2011. Project group developed the synthesis of these two researches by elaborating three-component evaluating system.
Evaluating system consists of the following parts: E-information/communication, E- consultation, E-decision making.
Three month long monitoring displayed following tendencies:
The project is being implemented by “Institute for Development of Freedom of Information” (IDFI), in cooperation with “Center for Post-Soviet Studies” (CPSS) with the financial support of the grant “Partnership for Change”, within the framework of the USAID program of “East-West Management Institute”, “Public Policy, Advocacy and Civil Society Development in Georgia” This program was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).The contents of this researche do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.
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