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Centralization of management and control and widespread use of shared resources will be an emphasis in eGovernment policy in the coming years

Insufficient human resources in the area of e-government and ICT become a sustainable problem that will deepen, the chairman of the EAEA predicts.

Centralizing the management and control of decentralized provision of services and provision of shared resources will be an emphasis in eGovernment policy in the coming years, focusing on the efforts of the State Agency for Electronic Governance (ESAE). This was stated by the Chairperson of the DAEU Atanas Temelkov in front of the participants in the XIII Annual Meeting of the Local Authorities, which is held in the resort. "Albena".

In addition to changing the legal framework for paper documents required by citizens and businesses, the EASA is preparing legislation changes to improve coordination and interoperability between institutions. An update of the Strategy for the Development of e-Governance for the period 2019-2023 and the Roadmap for its implementation is being prepared, with a comprehensive overview of all systems and measures in all sectors. "They will be implemented according to a common model based on a common policy and a unified architecture of eGovernment," said Atanas Temelkov.

The prepared changes to the eGovernment Act emphasize a new model of eGovernment and Information and Communication Technology (EMS) funding in the administration and the use of available shared solutions. It is envisaged the introduction of the figure and the regulation of the functions of Chief Information Manager, as well as management of the information resources throughout their life cycle.

In 2018, a single model for the application, payment and provision of electronic administrative services was set up and will be implemented by all administrations. This will make all systems, services provided by administrations and data processed by them accessible in the same way to all users.

Insufficient human resources in the area of ​​e-government and information and communication technologies are becoming a sustainable problem, which will deepen, according to Atanas Temelkov. Below 2% are the administration employees engaged in ICT and these people are not enough and can not manage the public funds for e-governance and ICT efficiently, the chairman of the ESAU said.

From November 1st this year. all administrations are obliged to exchange documents electronically. By October 1, 2018, 220 were the municipalities, real participants in the electronic document exchange system of a total of 566 administrations. Only 15 local administrations have yet to take action to join the system.

Among the problems for administrations are the availability and maintenance of antivirus tools and the maintenance of the communication environment. In support of administrations that exchange documents electronically, the State Agency for Electronic Governance plans to develop a Central Antivirus Protection Node. The system will perform an automated check for the presence of malicious code in electronic document flow.

Sixty municipal administrations joined the RegiX registers for data exchange between October and October 2018, with 20 of them active over the last 12 months. RegiX has 63 core registers administered by 25 central administrations - ministries and agencies, and 169 different types of reports are currently being used across RegiX.

In 2019, it is envisaged to expand the capacity of the Single Electronic Communications Network (EEEM), with plans for the accession of 50 new municipalities, the DAEU chairman told the participants at the Annual Meeting of Local Authorities. In 2019, the number of municipal administrations joined to the EMCDDA will reach 180.


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