Tashkent is hosting a training session on Re-engineering of Business Processes for Government Executives.
The training is delivered by the international expert of the Korea Information Society Development Institute (KISDI), Minju No.
“Re-engineering skills help to streamline the procedure of provision of public services to the population and businesses, enhance the interagency cooperation before the services are shifted to an electronic format and incorporated into a platform of the Single Portal of Online Government Services. Reengineering is a prerequisite that would eliminate the expenditures for ICT introduction in inefficient and outdated processes,” said the South Korean expert.
During the training, the participants will be able to apply their skills in making the plan of action on the introduction of the public services like registration of a business entity, real estate, purchase and sales of real estate, filing a tax return on income and permits for cutting trees.
The participants are divided into five groups, each of which has analysts, lawyers, ICT and public relations specialists. Upon the training, the participants will present optimized models of service delivery, based of which they will come up with specific proposals on how to streamline the legislative framework and infrastructure.