On March 25th, Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia (MRDI) and Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) hold the first working group meeting within the framework of Developing Transparency and Integrity Framework for the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia the project. The project is implemented within the framework of the Good Governance Initiative in Georgia Program (GGI) funded by the the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The project aims to increase acountability and stregthen the principles of good governance in the ministry, as well as create a strategic framework for integrity and anti-corruption.
Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia Ekaterine Sepashvili, Director of IDFI Giorgi Kldiashvili and the Chief of Party of USAID/Good Governance Initiative in Georgia (GGI) David Smith took part in the first meeting. Heads of different departments of the ministry, as well as other participants of the project also attended the meeting.
During the meeting, the Project Coordinator Saba Buadze presented the goals and planned activities of the project to the heads of departments and subordinate entities of MRDI. The working group established within the framework of the project will create a policy document, which will improve transparency, accountability and integrity in the ministry. After the presentation, the participants of the working group meeting had an opportunity to hear answers to their questions related to specific details of the project.
It is important to note that the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia joined the 2016-2017 Open Government Partnership Action Plan of the Government of Georgia, which is the first commitment of the ministry within the framework of this internatonal initiative.
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