On 22 December 2014 Transparency Azerbaijan presented its report with the results of Monitoring and Evaluation of Electronic Services in Azerbaijan

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web-3-1024x682On 22 December 2014 Transparency Azerbaijan presented its report with the results of Monitoring and Evaluation of Electronic Services in Azerbaijan. The monitoring was based on the methodology designed by Estonian E-governance. This Report is based on the results of monitoring of e-services in Azerbaijan in 2013-2014 by Transparency Azerbaijan. This is the second report of Transparency Azerbaijan on e-services since our first monitoring round in December 2011. The Monitoring looked at the e-government infrastructure and development of e-services. The country developed good infrastructure in the couple of the past years and the overall E -government Infrastructure Index in Azerbaijan is 5 out of maximum 7. As for the development of e-services, the monitoring focused on 30 most frequently used and socially important services out of total planned about 450. The monitoring revealed that 14 services out of 30 services (47%) are rendered online; while 6 services (20%) are developed to the level of e-application; 10 services (33%) are either at the level of provision of information or not presented in the e-environment. Most of the services that have stuck at the informative level, are of social character, while services the business sector are much better automated. The full report is available here.

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