Visegrad Four  to Share E-Government Best Practices with Bulgaria

Politics | February 16, 2015, Monday // 20:06|  views

Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister for Coalition Policy and Public Administration Rumyana Bachvarova.

Good practices in the implementation of electronic government services will be presented at an expert workshop in Sofia organized by the embassies of the four countries of the Visegrad Group in Sofia on 26 February.

The event will be held at the embassy of the Slovak Republic which is holding the rotating presidency of the V4 group also comprising the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.

The forum, to be officially opened by Bulgaria’s Deputy Prime Minister for Coalition Policy and Public Administration Rumyana Bachvarova, will include presentations on the current state of e-government in Bulgaria by the Ministry of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications.

Presentation by members of the Bulgarian Association of Software Companies (BASSCOM) on e-government activities as well as presentations by Czech, Polish, Slovak and Hungarian institutions on best practices in the implementation of e-government are on the agenda.

The event will also feature presentations of e-government solutions by leading companies in the IT sector from the V4 countries. Comparisons with Bulgarian e-government experience will be drawn.

Bulgaria’s government coalition that came to power in November has ranked the modernisation of public administration and expansion of e-government services among its priority tasks.


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Tags: Bulgaria, e-government, Visegrad Four, V4, Rumyana Bachvarova


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