Bulgaria is in 53 rd position out of 64 countries in the Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2021 of the Swiss Institute for Management Development (IMD), dropping 5 positions compared to 2020 and 15 compared to 2009. The principal challenges..
Bulgaria ranks 44th among 193 countries in the E-Government Development Index (EGDI), a UN report shows. For the first time, the country falls into the category of very high level of e-government development among countries such as the Czech..
Bulgaria has almost 4.6 million mobile internet users and around 1.5 million users of fixed internet, Atanas Temelkov, chairman of the State e-Government Agency (S.E.G.A) said, addressing the participants in the 19 th annual conference on..
The topic of bureaucracy and its effect on business is nothing new to Bulgaria and has been the subject of discussion many a time. Public perception and most surveys indicate that it is a comparatively major issue, said economist Petar Ganev from..
The public expects to see results from the cabinet-declared administrative reform, aimed at reducing the administrative burden – so that some documents will no longer be required, others may be provided electronically, without having to stand in..
Electronic government is a strategic priority for Bulgaria, an irreversible process and the only way to achieve goals of utmost importance - effectiveness, transparency, success in the fight against corruption, accountability and control. This was..