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Korea cooperates on online gov't services with Indonesia, Uganda

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Korea is cooperating with Indonesia and Uganda to develop online government services in those countries.

The Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs and Indonesia's Ministry of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform formed their second e-government and administrative reform joint committee and signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish and manage the Korea-Indonesia e-Government Cooperation Center in Jakarta on Aug. 24. Under the agreement, the two nations plan to open the online government services center in February and jointly manage it over the next three years, until December 2018.
 

The main purpose of the center is to establish master plans to develop online government services in Indonesia and to develop other joint projects, to exchange technology and human resources to build online government services capacity, and to consult with Indonesian government agencies on related laws and the overall system. The two nations also intend to hold a vice minister-level meeting of the e-government cooperation committee once every year and to discuss how to manage the center.


"The two nations will not only cooperate on online government services but also share their major administrative experiences, including the development of the Government Innovation Index (GII)," said Vice Minister of Government Administration and Home Affairs Chung Chae-gun.

Separately, Korea's Public Procurement Service has been expanding its cooperation on online government services with major procurement agencies in Uganda, sharing its knowledge and experience.

Since Aug. 25, the Public Procurement Service has been holding educational sessions on e-government for 15 director generals and directors from Uganda at the Public Procurement Training Institute in Gimcheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province (North Gyeongsang Province). The two-week course will focus on the technological foundation of Narajangteo, the state-run online procurement system. They will also discuss how the system was established and managed, and how to link the system with procurement information and make related tasks more efficient.
 

Uganda intends to introduce an online procurement system in 2016 and 2017 and to use Narajangteo as a benchmark in order to establish its own strategy on how to build such a system.

Every procurement procedure is processed online through the Narajangteo website, and procurement notices of all public institutions are published on the site. Companies can register once and then bid for government procurement proposals. The system was designed to reduce the time and expense at both public institutions and companies, and to make the procurement process more transparent.

"Tunisia, Cameroon and Rwanda recently adopted Narajangteo and interest in the system is spreading all around Africa," said an official from the Public Procurement Office. "We intend to further reinforce cooperation on online procurement with African nations."

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