The “E-Government” project was structured in accordance with the “National Strategy on Information-Communication Technologies for the Development of the Republic of Azerbaijan (2003-2012)” and implemented in the framework of the “E-Azerbaijan” Program. With the view of wide use of information communications technologies (ICT) the project envisages increasing the rationality and optimality of the activity of state agencies, the activity aimed at simplifying and making free relations between population, business bodies, as well as between themselves, contributes to creating citizen-official relations in a new plane, ensuring transparency and fully meeting the need for information.
Increased rationality of the activities of state bodies by the broad application of modern technologies;Reduced budgetary expenses, improved speed and efficiency in rendering state services and spending;Creation of a centralized data storage space for state bodies and ensuring its security;Establishment of a system of state management and municipal management that can effectively and transparently be controlled.Citizens can actively participate in state management;Simplifying the means and routes of communication and interaction between citizens and state bodies in an expedient manner;Convenience over the full spectrum of information needs and requirements;Enabling access to state services for persons of limited means.To communicate efficiently at the operational level with state bodies thereby reducing expenses;To increase economic activity, competition and provide better access to foreign markets.Income tax;Job search (vacancies in the enterprises);Applications and approvals for documents (passports and driving licenses);Registration acts of citizens (births, deaths, marriages);Registration of vehicles;“On-line” applications (to enter universities, obtain approval for construction works, pensions, social benefits, etc.);Registration of place of residence;Health services (E-advice), etc.Payments into the social funds;
Preparation of monthly bulletins on the project started in January of 2013. The bulletin provides information on the work carried out and planned towards the formation of e-government in the country, information on e-government projects, including the number of electronic services and their use, as well as comparative statistics.