Editor : Martin Simamora, S.IP |Martin Simamora Press

Rabu, 28 September 2011

Azerbaijan May Become 8th Country in World to Pass E-Government Law

The Ministry of Communications & Information Technologies of Azerbaijan is drafting a bill on e-government. Deputy communications minister Elmir Velizadeh informs that the bill will define the basic concepts and provisions of e-government system.
"The bill will define the terminology and the e-government regulation, e-service concept and principles of collection and provision of personal information to citizens," he stressed.

According to the deputy minister, today only 7 countries around world have adopted e-government laws.

"As part of this bill drafting we are examining their experience in this field. There are also countries in which the main provisions of the e-government law are included in other laws and are realized successfully,” Velizadeh said.

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