Russian Gov2.0 movement. Digest. Part #1
Our Gov2Project team presents you the digest on latest news in Government2.0 (Citizen 2.0) area. The digest’s mission is to inform the society on how civil projects develops in Russia and inform you on the situation of Russian Government2.0 development.
So, what’s happening now in Russia on Gov2.0 projects?
IST-Budget projects leaders (government public and private tenders’ aggregator) told us that they started an expert network of public procurements trainings. The mission of it lies in the fact that from now on any procurements expert can conduct training webinars on IST-Budget platform.
There are more than 6000000 documents now available on Pravo.ru platform. We can now say that it’s full-fledged tool for lawyers and an excellent companion for regular citizen. Besides that Pravo.ru is an online-service with optimized versions for iPhone and iPad – users now always have all the Russian legislative data at hand.
The Surdoserver.ru project enlisted the support of Bortnik’s Fund. The Fund managers expect that the computer sign language interpreter program is going to be developed in three years.
The Rusturn team expands their project functionality and features and introduces them to the Roman consulate. The system now checks if the visitor was recorded before. This small and simple thing is quite important – the “just in case” records could easily score a schedule without giving an appointment possibility for other citizens.
Moscow Center of traffic jams resolving shared news on their latest campaign carried in conjunction with the “Nashi” movement. On 03 March the participants went out on Moscow’s intersections to gather the driver’s suggestions on improving the driving situation in Moscow. As a result they’ve collected more than 50 new proposals, each proposition is going to be analyzed by experts and later submitted for review and approval on higher authorities.
The Winko team have visited the “Ecological aspects of social responsibility in supply chain” conference in Kaluga. The organizers were the Sub Miller company and Agency of Social Information.