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From 1 November 2018, the administration's obligation to fully electronic document exchange enters into force
Insufficient human resources in the area of e-government and ICT become a sustainable problem that will deepen, the chairman of the EAEA predicts.
The Government approved the Status Report and the Annual Plan for the Development and Upgrading of the Information Resources in the Administration and the EESM.
At present, the e-Service system, maintained by the DAEU, provides access to individuals with data from 11 registers with 23 reports.
Centralized provision of a wide range of electronic services and full digital interaction with users provides for the first sectoral strategies for e-government approved by the President of the SEEA - the Customs Agency and the NSSI.
The service is available through the secure e-service system https://edelivery.egov.bg