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PIA Co-creation Team meeting
Public Administration Reform Strategy discussion
Workshop on Functional Analysis
Budget Oversight Action Plan
Thursday, 16 March 2017 07:01    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

On March 14, 2017, Parliament’s Sector Economy and Economic Policy Committee hosted a presentation to discuss strategies and actions to improve Parliament’s budget oversight function, within the framework of the ‘best practices’ of various Eastern and Western European countries in this direction.

The meeting was attended by Chairman Roman Kakulia and several members of the Committee, the Chief of Staff of the Committee, Mrs. Tamila Shabashvili, as well as USAID’s Good Governance Initiative (GGI) representatives. Chairman Kakulia opened the meeting and USAID GGI expert Mr. Mikheil Kukava then presented a draft action plan for parliamentary budget oversight, including challenges and recommendations for consideration by the Committee.

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Budget Monitor Presentation
Thursday, 16 March 2017 06:59    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

With the assistance of USAID’s Good Governance Initiative in Georgia (GGI), the State Audit Office (SAO) of Georgia designed and installed a modern content management system that enables SAO to make information on government spending easily accessible online to all stakeholders, in a user-friendly format.

Using the project design parameters developed through GGI’s assistance, SAO secured a $22,000 grant from the World Bank to fund the creation and procurement of the web-platform - the Budget Monitor - which serves as a "one-stop-shop" for information on public spending.   SAO data can now be accessed by all interested persons at the following web site:  www.budgetmonitor.ge.  A mobile phone application is also available to access the data site.  The extensive data base will be updated on a quarterly basis, thereby by providing timely access to information needed to understand and review the status of government spending, whether by central government agencies or local municipalities.

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E-Governance Initiatives in Georgia
Wednesday, 01 March 2017 10:35    | Written by Administrator    PDF Print E-mail

A grant, entitled, “How Good Governance Works in Practice: New e-Governance Initiatives to Meet OGP Principles in Georgia,” is being jointly funded by USAID’s Good Governance Initiative (GGI) and the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Estonia.  The implementing partners are the Estonian eGovernance Academy (eGA), and the Georgian Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI). The grant team will provide practical assistance to improve existing processes and solutions, and design and implement new methods to enhance transparency and citizen involvement in the decision-making processes of GGI’s three partner Municipalities:  Batumi, Kutaisi, Akhaltsikhe.

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