Sunday, October 21, 2018

Tag: eGov

Mihailo Jovanović, Director of the Serbian Gov Office for IT and eGovernance

Mihailo Jovanović, Director of the Serbian Gov Office for IT and eGovernance

We are Advancing By Seven-Mile Steps

The effective adoption of regulations, swift implementation of new electronic services and continued growth of the ICT sector in Serbia, which has exceeded a five per cent share of GDP, has led to Serbia quickly being recognised in the region, but also in global terms, as a country transformed 'overnight' by digitalisation

Serbia Second Country in Europe with a State Oracle Cloud

The Office for Information Technology and e-Government of the Government of the Republic of Serbia and Oracle have signed through their certified partners a state contract on the purchase of hardware and licenses that will enable the state administration to integrate, centralize and consolidate databases and software products. Read more

Serbia Second Country in Europe with a State Oracle Cloud

State Oracle Cloud - a modern and secure e-government platform for providing efficient services to citizens, businesses and the state, and protecting data privacy. The...

EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel Visits ITE Office

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel visited today the Office for IT and eGovernment, recognizing the results of Serbia on the...

Belgrade a Host to The Best U.S. Scientists

For the first time in Serbia and the region, an international "USA-Serbia & Western Balkan Data Science Workshop" was held in Belgrade on 26-28...
Mihailo Jovanovic

Mihailo Jovanović Ph.D., Director Of The Serbian Government Office For IT And eGovernment

Digitisation Has Changed The World

The world is changing rapidly, with globalisation and digitisation significantly increasing the pace of our lives and bringing us closer together than ever before, as well as presenting profound challenges to our self-perception, politics, the economy, security and society

Payment Of Administrative Taxes With Integrated Online Banking

Users of the National Portal eGovernment can now pay administrative taxes for personal documents, the renewal of vehicles registration or any of the...

IT and e-Gov’t Office Wins Prestigious World Award

Best of 685 competing projects from around the world

Houlin Zhao To Visit Serbia This Year

Houlin Zhao will visit Serbia this year for the first time since he was appointed Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United...

Open Data Week

The conference “Open Data Open Opportunities” marked the beginning of Open Data Week, which was held in more than 10 cities in Serbia.

Automatic Authentication Of Cards for Health And Other Basic Insurance

Automatic authenitication of health insurance cards (KZO) is available as of today to independent insured persons (entrepreneurs), farmers, priests, religious officials, foreign pensioners, or...
Marija Kujacic

Marija Kujačić, Head Of The Serbian Directorate For E-Government’s Section For E-Government Development & Standardisation:

The Office For Information Technology And E-Government Is Ready For Faster...

Digitalisation is one of priority tasks of the Serbian government, whose goal is to establish a transparent, efficient and economical public administration. The means to achieve this is modern, integral, efficient e-Government, accessible to all

2,000 Best CandidatesCompete For RetrainingIn the IT Sector

The first round of testing was organised last week for participation in the IT retraining programme of the IT and eGovernment Office. From the...

Research Into Needs And Habits Of Card Users In Serbia

The latest MasterIndex research by Mastercard into the financial needs and habits of active card users in Serbia (published June 2017) shows that most...

First State Data Centre Opens

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić ceremoniously opened the first State Data Centre on 12th December, in the presence of Mihailo Jovanović, Director of the...


Digitisation – Equal Chances For All Citizens

Enabling every citizen to access government information and services via their mobile phones, anytime and anywhere, would save significant time and money

Launch Of The National Open Data Portal

National Open data portal for economic development and better information for citizens

e-Business – The OnlyCure For Bureaucracy

In a country where a medium-sized bank prints 11 million papers a year, a retail chain spends €150,000 on storing documents, shelves in state institutions reach into dozens of kilometers, and ordinary people have to show pay slips at official counters to prove that they have paid the fee, the only way out of bureaucracy is the development of e-business