El Salvador: Digital Government by 2014
The current government has decide to resume the initiative begun by previous administrations and has set 2014 as its objective.
Monday, August 23, 2010
The director of El Salvador's Institute for Technology and Information Innovation (ITIGES), Norwin Herrera, announced the decision saying that some of the projects definitely going ahead include a virtual front desk to enable import permits to be obtained, online issuing of birth certificates, electronic creditworthiness reports for state procurement, e-payment and a transparency platform," reports ElSalvador.com.
With European assistance, Panamanians will have access to government services online for free, through 200 interactive kiosks connected to the ‘Paperless Panama’ program.
The implementation of a new electronic state correspondence platform for the country will save $3 million annually in paper, time and operating costs.
The Ministry of Economy and the Authority for Digital Innovation signed an agreement to promote the project.
The government announced it will invest the sum in the next four years to digitalize state procedures, to make Panama ‘paperless’.
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