The government decided
to create a single electronic system of interaction with
citizens and transfer the key administrative services to the
Internet. This is where the process halted.
has long been a reality not only in distant
countries like Singapore, the US or Sweden, but also in
former Soviet countries, such as Georgia,
Moldova or Estonia.
Back in the 1990s these
nations realized that transition to an electronic system of
procurement could save up to 50 percent of
the typical expenses from
the state budget. Due to
e-procurement, Georgia saved $200 million in just
two years. Moldova is currently actively advancing the idea of
a single datacenter, on the basis of which government agencies are
providing unified services to citizens.