150 delegates from 35 countries discussed the issues of introducing "New technologies and digital management in the enforcement process." On September 22, Rati Bregadze, Minister of Justice opened the conference and introduced the electronic services implemented in the enforcement system of Georgia to the conference participants and talked about plans.
The participants of the International Conference of Judicial Officers got acquainted with the Georgian experience of providing state services at the Batumi Public Service Hall. Foreign delegates received information about the concept of the Public Service Hall and about 470 services that are available to the clients of the Public Service Hall throughout Georgia. The guests got acquainted with the infrastructure and electronic services of the Batumi Public Service Hall.
The members of the delegation of Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan got acquainted with the arrangement of the Enforcement System of Georgia and the electronic services of the National Bureau of Enforcement. The electronic services of the National Bureau of Enforcement caused the special interest of the representatives of Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan.Mirian Kharabadze, the chairman of the bureau, provided the guests with information about the electronic program, the auction, the digital platform for simplified proceedings and other services of the enforcement proceedings.
150 delegates from 35 countries will discuss the issues of introducing new technologies and digital management in the enforcement process. Rati Bregadze, Minister of Justice of Georgia, Mark Schmitz, the President of the International Union of Judicial Officers, members of the Management Board and delegates from different countries are attending the event. Rati Bregadze, Minister of Justice, introduced the electronic services already implemented in the enforcement system of Georgia to the participants of the conference and also talked about plans.
Before holding the International Conference of Judicial Officers, a working meeting related to organizational issues was held with the members of the Management Board of the International Union of Judicial Officers.The working schedule and agenda of the panel meetings were drawn up. Discussions on the introduction and development of digital services will be held within the framework of panel meetings; Representatives of different countries will share their practical experiences with each other.
The Minister of Justice awarded successful professionals on the Day of Executives and Enforcement Policemen.Minister of Justice Rati Bregadze emphasized the achievements of the National Enforcement Bureau during the last year and thanked the employees for their work.Over the past year, enforcement services have become more accessible to citizens; A digital archive was introduced, for which up to 350 thousand cases were digitized; A simplified case management platform was created, where citizens can register a service request/application without leaving home, and track the case electronically;
The National Enforcement Bureau is beginning to introduce and develop a social component to promote the welfare of children in alimony cases.A guidance document was developed, which describes in detail the involvement of the social worker in the process of enforcement of alimony cases and the activities to be implemented.In alimony cases social workers will carry out:
Students of Tbilisi State University took a general law course at the National Enforcement Bureau. The trainings were carried out within the framework of the joint project of the TSU Self-Government and the Bureau. About 40 students of the Faculty of Law of Tbilisi State University passed the general course in theoretical and practical issues of enforcement law.