At the end of 2017, the EGAP Program and the State Agency for e-Governance — now the Ministry of Digital Transformation — launched a revised Government portal that was updated to be a more user-friendly and accessible source of current news on the Government’s work.
The updated portal has a more contemporary design and better technological platform, and has been built to meet the needs of users on the basis of best world practice. Resolutions, news and schedules of sessions can all be found with just a few clicks, using the handy system of news and Government acts tags or a flexible expanded search.
In addition to this, the portal now contains a catalog of all services that the government provides online. Currently, more than 120 services are accessible through the CMU portal. A version of the portal has also been adapted for use on tablets and cell phones, and a separate version has been designed for people with impaired vision.
Today, most e-services are accessible through the Diia portal, the one-stop-shop for individuals and business to communicate with the government. MinFin’s plans are to digitalize 100% of public services by 2024. As of May 2020, more than 2.3 million users had already signed on to the Diya program.
A new section on the Cabinet portal has been funded and plans are to coordinate international technical assistance there.