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The Commission welcomes the swift agreement reached between the European Parliament and the EU on the Digital Markets Act.
Declaration on Cooperation in the Field of Electronic Certification Services and Electronic Identification was signed today, April 4, by the Minister of Electronic Government of the Republic of Bulgaria - Bozhidar Bojanov and Admirim Aliti, Minister of Information Society and Administration of Northern Macedonia. The cooperation document is the first one signed electronically.
By its decision, the government instructed the Minister of e-Government to build a technological capability for electronic identification through a mobile application within 2022, as well as to propose the necessary changes in this regard in related legislation.
Parliament adopted today on a second vote on the amendment and supplement of the Electronic Governance Act (ZEU) to establish the Ministry of E-Governance. There is a decree of President Rumen Radev for the promulgation of Zeu in the State Gazette. The law enters into force on the day of its publication.
By the end of 2023, the coalition agreement promises to be able to vote remotely in Bulgaria
The challenge now facing the world is to continue to put together the puzzle in the field of data sharing policy at a rapid pace by developing strategies and using different techniques and methods, even if we sometimes have to rely on the test method. error.
Bulgaria reaches an average level of digitalization compared to the data from 2020. The increase in this indicator is by 5 points (59%), as the average level of digitalization for the EU in the last year has increased by only 1 point (72%).
The trust between the state and the IT community in Bulgaria is built through dialogue, with proving expertise, with confidence in who can be useful to the state.
DAEU and BSMEPA call on businesses and employers
Public policy in the open data sector, as a strategic resource with huge potential for users from the public sector, private business, academia, citizens and the non-governmental sector, was presented during the 19th edition of Open Fest 2021, dedicated to free software, open source software and free knowledge sharing, which took place in Borisova Garden in Sofia.
State Agency for Electronic Government creates an opportunity for all municipalities to carry out inspections in the Unified Information System for Medical Expertise in the RegiX Interregist Exchange Environment
On Thursday, May 20, from 11:00 to 12:00, the State Agency for e-Government is hosting an online event, which will present the updated Single Digital Portal of the EU - Your Europe
The result of a joint project between the State Agency for Electronic Government and the National Revenue Agency (NRA) is the new, mainly restructured website of the Revenue Agency, which is now available to users.
2100 cyber incidents have been registered in and from the Bulgarian Internet space in 2020, according to statistics of the National Computer Security Incident Response Team (National CERT) at the State Agency for Electronic Government
The courts will be able to send summonses, notices and papers electronically at will, using the System for Secure Electronic Service of the State Agency for Electronic Government
The government has approved a national position on the signing of the "Berlin Declaration on Digital Society and Value-Based Digital Government".
More than 370 services for citizens and businesses of central, regional and municipal administrations are now available on the portal.
The State Agency for e-Government is launching monitoring and checking the websites and mobile applications of public sector organizations for accessibility for consumers, in particular for people with disabilities and the elderly.
A number of fees and services provided by the Municipality of Rousse will be increased by amending Ordinance 16 of the Municipal Council. The proposal will be considered at the session in September. The reasons are that most of the prices have not been updated for years.
The State Agency for e-Government will exercise in an entirely new way transparent control over the appropriateness of the costs for ICT and e-government in the administrative bodies at the levels of budgeting, planning and implementation of projects and conducting public procurement for information systems.
With its decision the government approved a List of 30 data sets by priority areas to be published by several different administrations by the end of 2020 on the National Open Data Portal of the Republic of Bulgaria https://data.egov.bg/., which is maintained by the State Agency for Electronic Government.
State Agency for Electronic Government provides access to a new electronic one-time assistance service for citizens of the Social Assistance Agency: 421 "One-time assistance under the Rules for Implementation of the Social Assistance Act", through the Single Portal for Access to Electronic Administrative Services services
The State Agency for Electronic Governance has launched network and information security training, which will involve more than 120 employees of the Essential Services Operators designated by the National Competent Authorities in the Energy Sector; Transportation; Health care; Supply and supply of drinking water; Digital infrastructure and digital service providers.
The physical and technical condition of electronic documents and their media shall be checked at least once a year
The Cabinet adopted an Updated Strategy for the Development of Electronic Governance in the Republic of Bulgaria 2019-2023, together with an Updated Roadmap for its Implementation and the Concept for Registry Reform, through amendments and supplements to Decision No. 163 of March 21, 2014.
More than 130 administrative services are provided in the Municipality of Ruse, some of which are offered electronically
The aim is to guarantee the secrecy and integrity of the vote and to meet high standards of cybersecurity
The aim is to make it easier for citizens to become active participants in eGovernment.
The growing number of users in the Interregional Exchange System makes me optimistic that we are going in the right direction, says the agency
The portal will provide spatial data and services to the state administration, citizens and businesses
The main state registers are already connected and "talking", and citizens and business can already communicate digitally with the administrations
So far, over 500 organizations have published a total of 8,685 data sets in the national portal www.opendata.government.bg
The first published information is for applicants under Measure 10-Agroecology and Climate and Measure 11-Organic Farming
Until November 30th, all administrative bodies will register their profiles in the Electronic eService System (e-Service), maintained and developed by the State Agency for Electronic Governance
EADE has issued Practical Guidelines to administrations to facilitate them in implementing the provisions of the E-Governance Act
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
Until September 2018, Bulgarian schools will have access to the eDelivery System, maintained by the EAEW
At present, citizens can save a significant part of their interaction with the institutions without having to visit them on the spot
One of the biggest challenges for e-government in Bulgaria is how to motivate citizens to demand and use e-services.
By the end of 2017, the EU Council declared its ambition to reach a common approach to the Cyber Security Act by June 2018.
The solution makes virtually impossible any attempt to change or delete a trace of access to personal data through the central components of eGovernment.
Still, a large number of administrations are lagging behind in changing their internal regulations regarding the elimination of paper processes and the paper-based certificates required by citizens.
More than 150 European Information Security experts arrive in Bulgaria for an international conference "Cyber Security Challenges"
The expectations are towards the end of March this year. the number of these administrations to double and reach 300, announced the chairman of the DAEU Atanas Temelkov at the round table "Electronic governance and the Internet of Things".
Until November 1, 2018, all administrations and their territorial structures must discontinue the paper-based exchange of documents.
Bulgaria is one of the EU leaders in the implementation of the open data policy in 2017
The first tangible results of e-governance implementation policy, reported the ESAE in the first year of its work