The main objective of the project was to offer better government services for citizens and businesses in Kyrgyzstan and more efficient, cooperative and transparent government by transferring Estonian know-how and experience on e-government, especially interoperability solutions development to the Kyrgyzstan Government.
The development of interoperability framework consisted of organizational, legislative, and fiscal frameworks in addition to technical architecture, enabling fast development of e-Services offered by the government.
In cooperation of Estonian and Kyrgyz experts, the interoperability framework strategy and e-government architecture document was developed, prototype of the interoperability solution named Tunduk in Kyrgyz was launched, trainings for key government stakeholders of the interoperability solution and IT staff and e-service developers were conducted and six automated e-services were piloted.
The launched e-servises were followings:
- To check the validity of a passport for personal data. The result of the service request is the status of the passport.
- To obtain permits according to the code of customs clearance folders.
- To display individual accounts of organisations according to an internal Treasury identifier.
- To display by PIN information about the debts of the taxpayer as of a certain date.
- To display a list of passports linked to a person by the PIN.
- To provide information whether persons are recipients of pensions and whether the payments of insurance premiums have been made (by PIN).