The Association of enterprises and organizations of information technologies (IT Association) will create the Centre for Electronic Governance in Uzbekistan.
APC (Kazakhstan), Baik Technologies; East Telecom; Micros, Microsoft (Kazakhstan), Nuron Savdo; Oracle (Kazakhstan), Sharifa-T and Unitech, as well as Uzbek Agency for Communication and Informatisation (UzACI) signed memorandum and became partners of newly created centre. The main aim of centre is to organize regular demonstration area of new hardware and software in e-Governance. It is expected that the centre will present opportunity to its partners to promote their goods and services in e-Governance, carry out scientific research, and promote creation of information society. The centre will develop the methodology on integrated information system and enforcement of concept on single architecture of e-Government, which envisages creation of united government resources, portals and information systems. The centre will also promote idea on Single National Information Space and introduction of single standards, which will allow uniting e-Systems and simplifying search and selection of corresponding solutions.