The Coordinating Council for the Modernization of Government Services and e-Government Transformation is a collegiate body, chaired by the Deputy Secretary General of the Government, which will include secretaries of state of ministries, heads / deputies of heads of other central administrative authorities and public authorities at self-management subordinated to the Government, the director of the Public Services Agency and the director of the Center for the Implementation of Reforms.
The Council's mission is to coordinate the modernization of government services and to ensure the continuity of the e-Government transformation process. At the same time, its members are responsible for assessing the progress of the implementation of the reform of modernization and provision of government services and will come up with effective solutions to increase the quality of government services. They also monitor the progress of the implementation of public service reengineering and digitization projects launched by the Government jointly with the eGovernment Agency.
The e-Government Agency coordinates and directs the work of the Council. The Council of Coordinators for e-Transformation was established by Decision No. 222 of 01.04.2011 to ensure the implementation of the e-Transformation agenda at sectoral level and to coordinate the processes necessary for the e-Transformation of the public sector.
On March 21, 2018, the Cabinet of Ministers approved a new Regulation of the Coordinating Council for the Modernization of Government Services and e-Government Transformation. The regulations can be accessed here.