Moldovan Prime Minister Ion Chicu has held a meeting to examine the progress of the implementation of the e-government project, Unimedia reported on 4 January.
“The digitalization and massive implementation of Information Technologies is a priority of the Government,” the prime minister said at the beginning of the session.
The Director of the Electronic Government Agency (AGE) Iurie Țurcan made a presentation of the e-government project, highlighting the opportunities offered and the problems encountered in the implementation process. The project’s mission is to increase the efficiency of public services, their quality and accessibility, as well as to increase the satisfaction of the citizens from their interaction with the state.
The project has a budget of $22.43 million and is supported by the World Bank: implementation began in June 2018, with a deadline scheduled for June 2023.
Prime Minister Chicu confirmed the government’s intention to promote the technology and digitization of public services and asked the leaders of the beneficiary authorities of the project for full involvement and maximum possible acceleration.