MY.GOV.GE Presentation Tour Starts in Nukriani Community Center
29 April, 2015

Data Exchange Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia has stated presentation tours explaining advantages of MY.GOV.GE to the customers from various regions of Georgia. A number of community centers located throughout Georgia will host MY.GOV.GE presentation events in coming months.

The first location selected for the event was Nukriani Community center in Sighnagi Municipality, which also features newly renovated library. Representatives of Data Exchange Agency have given out a very detailed information about Citizen’s Portal MY.GOV.GE for the local audience and presented a clear instructions on how to register and use the portal and receive benefit from it.

In order to register on citizen’s portal MY.GOV.GE, one can use a new ID card, or username and password, which can be obtained in Public Service Halls (one time visit is required). However, to take advantage of all services provided by citizen’s portal it is recommended to use a new ID card.

Citizen’s portal MY.GOV.GE is an online resource, which gathers various e-services provided by public and private organizations. The citizen portal gives user a chance to apply those services remotely, in online regime with a few simple combinations from any country, without having to leave an office or residence.

By going through several simple procedures, the user will be able to use diverse services related with the person (passport, different types of certificates, interesting information about surnames and etc.), property, social services, health, business startup, communal payments, fines, or other types of payments. Each service is grouped in relevant category, which makes it easier to choose the needed ones. The user of citizen’s portal can also put all frequently used services in his or her personal page. At this moment citizen’s portal displays over 70 e-services.

“The portal is designed for every citizen of our country. That is why it is very important to provide comprehensive information about the system for our customer from different regions of Georgia. We strive to make e-governance, one of the examples of which is e-services and their availability, easily accessible for as many citizens as possible. In this regard, it is important to inform customers residing in regions about these services and today’s presentation is the first try to fulfill this commitment.” – Irakli Gvenetadze, DEA Chairman.

The meetings will continue and cover all regions of Georgia.