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Jumat, 29 Juli 2011

Kazakhstan residents will be trained to use e-government

Kazakhstan Ministry of Communications and Information is launching a program to train Kazakhstan residents to use the electronic government, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the Ministry’s press-service.

The seminars will be held in 80 towns of Kazakhstan by the end of the year. 70 thousand residents are going to be covvered by the training. “The experts will hold seminars to tell the attendants about the electronic government, help submit applications for electronic signature, train them to use and receive electronic services online. The training will take three academic hours. The participants will receive certificates at the end of the seminar,” the Ministry’s message says.

Anyone willing to participate in the training can apply by calling the call-center at 1414. Currently electronic government renders over 70 electronic and 2,000 informational services. Over 6 million certificates have been issued by the electronic government.


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