The National Bureau of Enforcement has created a simplified electronic case management portal app.nbe.gov.ge. Users of the portal can remotely monitor the progress of their business, the activities carried out by the employer and the stages of production without leaving home.In the near future, the portal will be further developed and citizens will be able to register a request / application for the service electronically.
Former Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement Erekle Ghvinianidze said goodbye to the employees of the bureau. He will continue to work as the Deputy Minister of Justice. Erekle Ghvinianidze introduced the acting chairman Mirian Kharabadze to the employees today.Mirian Kharabadze has many years of experience working in the bureau. For years he was the head of the Enforcement Bureaus of Imereti, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti, Adjara and Guria, and since 2017 he has been the Deputy Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement.
Getting acquainted with the ongoing reforms of the National Bureau of Enforcement for the regional representatives of financial institutions continued today in Adjara and Guria. Representatives of the banking sector received information about digitization of the enforcement program, simplified case management, archiving and other services. The aim of the National Bureau of Enforcement is to maximally involve the private sector in ongoing reforms and to take their views into account in order to enhance cooperation. Erekle Ghvinianidze, Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, together with the employees of the territorial bureaus held a meeting with regional representatives of banking sector of Adjara and Guria.
Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti regional representatives of financial institutions got acquainted with the already implemented and ongoing reforms in the National Bureau of Enforcement. They received information about digitization of the enforcement program, simplified case management, archiving and other services.
The International Conference of Judicial Officers will be held in September 2022 in Batumi, Georgia, the Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, and the President of the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ) stated about it.The details of the international conference planned in Georgia were discussed at the working meeting. The conference will be held under the auspices of the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ) and will be attended by 150 delegates from up to 50 countries. The main topic of the conference will be "Modern technologies and digital governance in the executive process".
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes a 2021 activity report. In 2021, the National Bureau of Enforcement approved a strategy for maximum digitization of activities. The purpose of the Bureau is:
The digital archive of the National Bureau of Enforcement has already been launched. The materials of enforcement proceedings and other types of cases were completely digitized. According to the Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, the bureau plans to fully implement the principles of digital governance in its activities, which mean the digitization of documentation and automation of processes within the enforcement proceedings, services, archives and other services.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the 9-month report on Summary Proceedings in 2021.From January to September 2021, 19,417 applications for debt repayment were submitted to the Summary Proceedings Office.In 9 months, the Summary Proceedings office completed 13,528 cases;Out of the completed cases within the mentioned period, within 10 days of voluntary payment, payment was made in 120 cases, and the settlement was approved in 2 798 cases.Demand for the service is growing as more and more decisions are made about the distribution of funds, as well as the number of cases completed within the settlement and voluntary payment period as a result of Summary Proceedings.