The Data Exchange Agency of Georgia’s Ministry of Justice of Georgia has held a meeting for staff of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia regarding the use of the Unified Portal of Electronic Services (My.gov.ge) and electronic signatures.
The aim of the meeting was to raise the awareness of library staff about the practical purpose of the portal and to highlight the benefits and services available through electronic signatures.
“We provided detailed information on the Unified Portal of Electronic Services (My.gov.ge) and demonstrated the benefits of the portal by specific examples, that can be used by both individuals and legal entities. These advantages include flexibility, security, the ability to access any type of electronic service from home or office, and more. We payed attention to qualified electronic signatures, and how their use simplifies the process of dealing with various state structures,” said Eka Gordadze, Legal Research and Analysis Manager at the Data Exchange Agency.
The agency plans to hold similar meetings for staff at libraries in the regions in 2020.
Data Exchange Agency press release