November 7, 2016

Uniform Electronic System for Permits Processing

Country
Asia
Policy/Program
Description of the core change(s) brought by this policy instrument

To improve the investment climate and to improve transparency and speed up business processes by allowing the private sector and entrepreneurs to apply for permits electronically. 

Please list the implementing agencies

State Committee on Investment and Management of State Property under the President, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Health and Social Protection, supported by IFC, funded by DFID and Swiss Cooperation Office.

Lifecycle of target firms for this policy instrument
Startup firms
Support offered
Non-financial Support
Level of intervention
Firm-level
Barrier(s) addressed with this policy tool
Regulatory
Policy timeline

Pilot Program of the Uniform Electronic System for Permits Processing started with the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Health and Social Protection. Pilot program starts June 2ndwww.ijozat.tj

Stated goal/metrics of the policy instrument

Built-in metrics for measuring success, or measurement possibilities and opportunities for measurement in a similar policy

The number of licenses handed out, waiting time for licenses, number of complaints.

 

Evidence of results

It is a pilot project, and was started just this week. We believe there will be an assessment of the program 6 months to a year. That evaluation will take into account the measurement indicators that we mentioned above. 

Challenges, criticisms and lessons

Plans for near future…

  • Coverage of other types of existing applications of licensing authorities
  • Connecting other government authorities
  • Integration with information system of other government authorities and agencies
  • Full transition to the electronic system of applications processing and their electronic payment”

 

 

 

 

Geographic scope
National-level