National Information Technologies JSC’s projects presented in Kyrgyz Republic
Publish date: June 22, 2018
Today in Bishkek, the two-days meeting is being held between Kyrgyz Republic’s State Committee for Information Technologies and Communication and the Republic of Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Information and Communications on the issues relating to cooperation as part of National ‘Taza Koom” Digital Transformation and “Digital Kazakhstan” Programs.
The event was opened by words of welcome by K. Shantemirov, Deputy Chairman of State Committee for Information Technologies and Communication, Kyrgyz Republic and a speech by D. Shcheglova, Vice Minister of Information and Communications, Republic of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan delegation also includes representatives from National “Zerde” ICT Holding, National Information Technologies JSC and from 30 IT companies who demonstrated more than 80 projects to Kyrgyz government agencies and private companies concerned.
Also, the “Digital Kazakhstan” program and International “Astana Hub IT Park were presented to the event attendees.
The parties exchanged experience in implementing the models of Big Data, Cloud technologies, public-private partnership mechanisms in ICT sector, and in implementing the single e-workflow system.
During the bilateral meeting, B. Kassabek, Deputy Chairperson of the Board, National Information Technologies JSC, on behalf of e-Gov Infrastructure National Operator, shared Kazakhstani experience in creating and developing e-Gov and in particular, told about the stages of its establishment, infrastructure and results achieved since eGov.kz portal launch, and also about Integrated Call Center (1414).
Also, NIT JSC investment projects were highlighted: “e-Notary” (the service is provided to more than 4230 public notaries), “Vehicle Inspection” (767 technical inspection operators are connected to the system) and “e-Licensing”, which were launched to improve citizens` living standards.
It should be noted that in Kazakhstan, since 2012, 100% licenses for all types of activity are issued via e-Licensing. Today, 319 approval documents and 80 licenses are available in e-Licensing project.
E-Licensing enables Kazakhstani citizens obtaining licenses and approval documents online without leaving a house, which is particularly important to citizens from remote regions of the country.
To obtain a license or approval document, one needs to make one online request on e-Gov portal instead of gathering a considerable amount of abstracts and documents from various government agencies.
For the entire period, 221 461 licenses and 2 825 273 approval documents have been issued. Since the beginning of 2018 until June, 376 088 licenses have been issued.
The Kyrgyz party expressed its interest in cooperation on the project and appreciated the successful Kazakhstani experience in implementing approval documents.
Resulting from the two-days event, results will be summed up and priority areas of bilateral relations development will be determined with participation of K. Boronov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the RoK and A. Zhumagaliyev, Deputy Prime Minister of the RoK.
Furthermore, it is planned to arrange communications and improve relationships among the two countries’ members of government agencies, organizations and IT for further implementing and developing the projects, both in terms of national digitalization programs and as part of separate bilateral relationships between agencies and organizations.