United Nations' E-Government Survey "Leveraging e-government at a time of financial and economic crisis" was completed in December 2009 and published in early 2010. The report presented various roles for e-government in addressing the ongoing world financial and economic crisis. By the report rankings top 3 countries in E–Government Development Index are: 1. Republic of Korea, 2. USA, 3. Canada. From the post-soviet states Estonia has got the 20th position in global rankings. By the E–Participation Index first three countries are: 1. Republic of Korea, 2. Australia, 3. Spain. In this ranking 3 post soviet states take their positions in top 20 countries (Estonia 9th, Kazakhstan 18th, Lithuania 19th). Georgia has got the 100th position in E–Government Development ranking, the worse evaluation from post-soviet states has only 3 countries (Armenia is 110th, Tajikistan 122th, and Turkmenistan 130th in global ranking). By online service index Georgia has 100th position, by telecommunication infrastructure index 115th, by human capital index 52th and by E-participation index 127th position.
Presentation of DRIVE project action proposals to address digital vulnerabilities in Georgia28.11.2022
The Programs Director of the Institute for the Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) conducted an open lecture on Freedom of Information24.11.2022
Georgia is the Only Country that Has Yet to Join the OECD Anti-Corruption Assessment Process21.11.2022