The Akimat of the capital and the Agency for Civil Service and Anti-Corruption Affairs launching ‘Astana - Adaldiq Alangi’, a testing project, reports the official website of the city akimat.‘Astana exemplifes a Kazakhstan ‘smart city’.
An expected digital space allows residents and guests of the capital to get and pay for services online. Transformations of public service centers and organizations have significantly improved an interaction G2C, G2B or Government to Citizens, Government to Business.
Traditional measures of law enforcement bodies turning for digital technologies, thereby straight contacts with population excluded and corruption manifestations minimized, said Astana Government Office spokesman said.
The local executive body managed to arrange an effective feedback with civil society. Nationals have all necessary tools for active participation in the life of the city and public control over ongoing reforms. These reasons make explicit why our city have been chosen for a pilot project.
Such measures are intended to a further development of anti-corruption behavior of citizens and public atmosphere of non-acceptance of corruption through solving problems of improving the quality of public services, creating barrier-free and comfortable conditions for citizens and businesses, openness and transparency of governmental bodies, and large-scale public control.
The project is expected to cover issues of favorable wages of civil employees, increasing personal responsibility of executives of the state bodies, organizations and services in all areas of activity, including anti-corruption issues and much more.
A joint project office of Astana Government Office and Agency’s employees carries out Under ‘Astana-Adaldiq Alangi’.
For an integrated study of the issue, an expert community of entrepreneurs, scientists, representatives of the civil sector and media will be involved.
The project is expected to launch in the first decade of February this year with further spread to other regions of the country.