Since 2012, Delegation of the European Union to Georgia has been implementing the project “EU-Georgia E-Governance Facility”. The overall objective of this project is “To provide Georgian state institutions with technical assistance for the implementation of e-Government projects enhancing the functionality of Government and public institutions at central and local level to better serve the citizens and businesses.” In 2013, within the project the Civil Service Bureau has trained 150 civil servants on e-governance related issues.
Other projects are also planned within the framework of cooperation between EU and Civil Service Bureau to promote the on-going development of e-governance in Georgia.
UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) established its presence in Georgia in 1993. In agreement with the Georgian Government it works in many fields, including reforms of key democratic institutions and the development of new policies for promoting sustainable economic growth. In 2014-15, within the framework of cooperation between UNDP and the Civil Service Bureau the project "Strengthening the Whistleblower Protection Institution in Georgia" has launched.