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Tunduk system to save up to $ 300 million of budget money annually

Kyrgyzstanis should not go to departments and agencies to get a document. The Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev said today at a press conference.

According to him, the public administration system should actively interact with society. E-government will improve the quality of services.

Foreign partners claim that Kyrgyzstan has advanced specialists. We are the first country that joined the Open Government Initiative.

Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev

«The economic development of a country depends on the quantity and quality of information services and their availability. The electronic system Tunduk meets these requirements. Citizens should not go from one department to another to get documents or certificates,» said Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev.

Tunduk system implies that ministries, state enterprises, municipal authorities and other organizations can exchange information directly, without asking for information from citizens.

Tunduk has been operating in Kyrgyzstan since 2016. Technical measures were taken to connect 25 ministries and subordinate divisions to it.

According to international experts, the implementation of Tunduk system will save the budget up to $ 300 million annually.