Bishkek, Feb. 6, 2018 / Kabar /. "One of the most important requirements for implementation of the national Taza Koom project is the creation of a state registry of the population," Prime Minister Sapar Isakov said at a ceremony of handing over of minibuses from the UNDP to the State Registration Service (SRS) of the Kyrgyz Republic. The minibuses are presented for the organization of mobile complexes for providing mobile public services in remote and hard-to-reach areas in the republic.
Isakov stressed that at present the country is at an important stage of implementing of the digital transformation program Taza Koom, the press service of the Government reported.
"Today, our closest partners are with us who are actively contributing to the implementation of the Taza Koom project. I am pleased to specifity that 17 Centers for Public Services (CPS) and 363 Information Kiosks in the regions of the country are already operating within the framework of the Taza Koom project," Isakov said.
The Prime Minister added that this measure allowed creating comfortable conditions for the citizens of the country and to increase the efficiency of receiving various public services.
"The process of digital transformation in the country began to give positive results in a short time, creating prerequisites for the dynamic development of the domestic economy. All efforts of state authorities should be aimed at creating the most favorable conditions for the life of our citizens. Everything should be built around the citizen, including public services, to save the time, nerves and money," the Head of Government stressed.
Isakov was shown the equipment to be installed in mobile CPSs, as well as modern technologies used in the work of passport offices and registry offices.
In addition, recently launched Data Center, which provides the work of the territorial offices of the registration authorities in real time was presented.
The Prime Minister looked through the mobile CPSs, which will serve the population in the regions of the country.
In total 16 minibuses equipped with all necessary equipment were transferred from the UNDP to the SRS under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic. The mobile structures have been transferred within the framework of the project to support the system of the Unified State Population Register (USPR) for the creation of the Electronic Government system. The total amount of the project, implemented in the country for the second year, exceeds $ 5.5 mln.
The Permanent Coordinator of the UN system, the UNDP Resident Representative in the Kyrgyz Republic Ozonnia Ojielo, Ambassador of Japan to the Kyrgyz Republic Yoshihiro Yamamura took part in the event.